TerrAvion is the largest volume subscription aerial imagery for agriculture provider in the U.S.
TerrAvion’s core product is a 13-15 flight cycles per season imagery subscription with a combination of weekly and bi-weekly image deliveries for commodity crops. We provide a package of high-resolution imagery products, including a natural color, infrared, thermal, and vegetation index products, to our customers on a weekly and bi-weekly schedules.
For specialty crops, different flight cycle programs are available to optimize the data for the various growing seasons.
TerrAvion offers multiple ways to get access to your data. Our TerrAvion OverView web interface is the best way to view your data. Here you can see your data with all of our tools and product features. Learn more about the many features of our OverView platform here.
We know that you aren’t at your desk all day. In addition to our web portal, OverView offers mobile applications for both iOS and Android. Growers can check their imagery in the field, and accurately pinpoint and address problems to prevent loss of yield.
We also offer an open API integration. We have many integrated partners and are compatible with a number of other platforms. Partnered mobile applications can pull and cache data through the OverView API.
TerrAvion provides imagery in bands and indices relevant to agronomic decisions. We provide color and near-infrared data at a resolution that is sufficient to see each vine in a vineyard. The average turnaround time for all imagery products is 11.2 hours.
TerrAvion is proud to announce our median delivery rate was 100% for 2017. For most of our customers, the subscription plan covers the agronomic events they want to see from the air. However, it is common that weather or other factors impede TerrAvion from being able to capture every image on the schedule. For this reason, our product is backed by our SLA. It is our belief that given the schedule we offer in combination with the SLA, every customer will have the imagery they need at the times they need it. Click here for more information on suboptimal image deliveries.