Step 1
Image Capture

We use latest drone technology by flying it low altitude to capture high-resolution
aerial imagery at specific wavelengths that reveal plant health, and produce
meaningful agricultural data.

Step 2

We use unique GIS and RS image processing techniques to generate highly accurate data on every plant in the field.

Step 3
Scientific Analysis

We use biological and mathematical modeling to correlate data to the physical state of individual plants, including water stress and leaf nitrogen content.


Manual application of agriculture fertilizer and chemical for growth of crops and to kill insects respectively is hazardous. Instead, a spraying drone is used to spray the pesticide as well as fertilizer, thus keeping a person safe from pesticide poisoning. The drone can spray 50
to 100 acres per day, 30 times more than traditional spraying method resulting in the reduction of labour cost.


Agronomists are experts dealing with the science and technology of soil management, crop
production, use of fertilizer and high-efficiency plant nutrients.

By examining and understanding the science that affects crops, agronomists conduct
research in crop rotation, irrigation, plant breeding, soil classification and soil fertility. They educate farmers with valuable agricultural information for better growth. 


Assessment of the health of a crop, as well as early detection of crop infestations, is critical in ensuring good agricultural productivity. Some drones are capable of scanning crops using visible and near-infrared light. On-board light processing devices are then able to identify the amounts of green and near-infrared light reflected by the plants. This data is then used to develop multi-spectral images which depict the plant health.

See more clearly than the human eye

Our sensors capture images at multiple wavelengths ranging from visible the light spectrum to the far-infrared light. 

The multiple sensor rig is part of what makes Ceres unique among aerial agriculture data providers. Each camera captures data from a different part of the light spectrum, ranging from the visible to far-infrared wavelength.

Depending on the kind of imagery package you request we can capture up to six different ranges of wavelengths of the light spectrum at once.

Then our systems weave together hundreds of images and the individual frames make a seamless mosaic of your farmland.