FLIR thermal imaging camera enables scientists to capture and record thermal distributions and variations in crop canopies

Airborne thermography using high-resolution thermal imaging is now an established technology for measuring crop stress. It allows researchers to quickly measure crop canopy temperature in the field, providing useful insight into drought tolerance and water-use efficiency rates.

Download this FLIR application story to see how one research team is working with airborne thermal imaging units on a broad scale to gather this crucial data.

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