Hiphen Phenotyping Kit w/DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral

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Hiphen’s Cloverfield image analytics processing platform makes extracting crop research data from drone images easy. The DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral camera is a research grade drone allowing the capture of both multispectral and RGB imagery in the same flight making flying agricultural research trials more efficient than ever.  

The combination of the Mavic 3 MS and Cloverfield is a match made for crop breeders and plant scientists pursuing novel data and deeper insights into their research objectives – extracting more data per dollar spent on putting plots in the ground.

Cloverfield™

Cloverfield is Hiphen’s phenotyping data platform, designed to assist agricultural researchers in scaling up plant assessments with greater repeatability, precision, and consistency. Cloverfield allows you to extract valuable insights from your crop images via an analytics dashboard, a campaign management dashboard, and an image query tool.

The Cloverfield package includes: 
Hiphen Cloverfield Package Breakdown

A Portfolio of 70+ Agronomic Indicators (Traits)

Hiphen Cloverfield - A portfolio of 70+ agronomic indicators (traits)

The Hiphen Traits Glossary emphasizes five distinct trait categories:

  1. Biomass Proxy: Traits that help to accurately select or eliminate plots based on their productivity like plant height and biovolume.
  2. Phenological Development: Stage developments like flower timing, days to maturity, and senescence.
  3. Trial Quality: Assessing the quality and performance of crop trials with traits like plot quality, plant count and gaps, and lodging.
  4. Plant Stress: Analyzing crop's photosynthetic activity and its resilience to biotic or abiotic stress from vegetative indices like NDRE, MCARI, canopy chlorophyll content and many others.
  5. Harvest Index & Quality: Evaluating yield potential and harvest quality with traits like organ counts (wheat heads, sorghum heads, sunflowers, vegetables), flowering intensity, and harvestable plot area.

These categories have been carefully curated to cater to the unique needs of agronomic researchers, providing you with a more precise and comprehensive understanding of phenotypic measures available off-the-shelf for your crops.

Hiphen Cloverfield Crop x Trait Matrix

Intuitive Data Uploader Tool

You upload images directly from the drone SD card and within 2 weeks you view the data in Cloverfield.

Hiphen Cloverfield - Intuitive Data Uploader Tool

Advanced analytics at your fingertips

Plot View:

Browse your traits' value for each plot. Also query images to not just see the numbers, but also see the plots themselves in a way that you can never do with ground collected assessments.

Hiphen Cloverfield - Strawberry Field Plot View

Dashboard View: Let the data speak!

Genotype analyzer.

  1. Identify top and bottom performers.
  2. View data distribution for trait prevalence and normality
  3. Create and view time series data to identify transition points (early vigor, flowering, senescence) and speed to and through transitions.
Hiphen Cloverfield - Dashboard View

All your traits come to life in the analytics tab. Access charts that rank your genotype performance at each date and for each trait. Apply filters to select your population of interest, depending on your breeding values, and investigate the data further by looking at your actual plot clips for the corresponding date. You can even visually score your plots using your own criteria within the plot rating tool.
You can also compute integrative traits to measure the Area Under the Curve (AUC).

Comparative scatter plot

Hiphen Cloverfield - Comparative Scatter Plot

Use the comparative scatter to analyze correlation between two calculated traits. you can display linear regression and get Spearman; Pearson and/or R2 correlation values. If you share ground assessments and yield, they can be viewed and used to regress against the digital assessments and look for correlations.

Hiphen Cloverfield - Comparative Scatter Zoom

Dynamic filtering:

Optimize your breeding scheme by effortlessly filtering your genetic material in a few clicks within Cloverfield™. Interactively combine traits and set thresholds to filter out under-performing genotypes or pinpoint the top-performing material you want to advance to the next stage.
Apply multiple criteria filtering on your genetic material and dynamically eliminate under-performing genotypes based on your ideotype recipe.


Real-Time Monitoring of Your Campaign

Hiphen Cloverfield - Real-Time Monitoring of Your Campaign

With the campaign monitoring tool, you can manage your program in real time. See if your pilots around the country or around the world have uploaded image sets and where each image set is in the process. Hiphen will also flag image sets that have problems quickly and send reports within 24 hours of the upload.

Hiphen’s Cloverfield image analytics processing platform makes extracting crop research data from drone images easy. The DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral camera is a research grade drone allowing the capture of both multispectral and RGB imagery in the same flight making flying agricultural research trials more efficient than ever.  

The combination of the Mavic 3 MS and Cloverfield is a match made for crop breeders and plant scientists pursuing novel data and deeper insights into their research objectives – extracting more data per dollar spent on putting plots in the ground.

Cloverfield™

Cloverfield is Hiphen’s phenotyping data platform, designed to assist agricultural researchers in scaling up plant assessments with greater repeatability, precision, and consistency. Cloverfield allows you to extract valuable insights from your crop images via an analytics dashboard, a campaign management dashboard, and an image query tool.

The Cloverfield package includes: 
Hiphen Cloverfield Package Breakdown

A Portfolio of 70+ Agronomic Indicators (Traits)

Hiphen Cloverfield - A portfolio of 70+ agronomic indicators (traits)

The Hiphen Traits Glossary emphasizes five distinct trait categories:

  1. Biomass Proxy: Traits that help to accurately select or eliminate plots based on their productivity like plant height and biovolume.
  2. Phenological Development: Stage developments like flower timing, days to maturity, and senescence.
  3. Trial Quality: Assessing the quality and performance of crop trials with traits like plot quality, plant count and gaps, and lodging.
  4. Plant Stress: Analyzing crop's photosynthetic activity and its resilience to biotic or abiotic stress from vegetative indices like NDRE, MCARI, canopy chlorophyll content and many others.
  5. Harvest Index & Quality: Evaluating yield potential and harvest quality with traits like organ counts (wheat heads, sorghum heads, sunflowers, vegetables), flowering intensity, and harvestable plot area.

These categories have been carefully curated to cater to the unique needs of agronomic researchers, providing you with a more precise and comprehensive understanding of phenotypic measures available off-the-shelf for your crops.

Hiphen Cloverfield Crop x Trait Matrix

Intuitive Data Uploader Tool

You upload images directly from the drone SD card and within 2 weeks you view the data in Cloverfield.

Hiphen Cloverfield - Intuitive Data Uploader Tool

Advanced analytics at your fingertips

Plot View:

Browse your traits' value for each plot. Also query images to not just see the numbers, but also see the plots themselves in a way that you can never do with ground collected assessments.

Hiphen Cloverfield - Strawberry Field Plot View

Dashboard View: Let the data speak!

Genotype analyzer.

  1. Identify top and bottom performers.
  2. View data distribution for trait prevalence and normality
  3. Create and view time series data to identify transition points (early vigor, flowering, senescence) and speed to and through transitions.
Hiphen Cloverfield - Dashboard View

All your traits come to life in the analytics tab. Access charts that rank your genotype performance at each date and for each trait. Apply filters to select your population of interest, depending on your breeding values, and investigate the data further by looking at your actual plot clips for the corresponding date. You can even visually score your plots using your own criteria within the plot rating tool.
You can also compute integrative traits to measure the Area Under the Curve (AUC).

Comparative scatter plot

Hiphen Cloverfield - Comparative Scatter Plot

Use the comparative scatter to analyze correlation between two calculated traits. you can display linear regression and get Spearman; Pearson and/or R2 correlation values. If you share ground assessments and yield, they can be viewed and used to regress against the digital assessments and look for correlations.

Hiphen Cloverfield - Comparative Scatter Zoom

Dynamic filtering:

Optimize your breeding scheme by effortlessly filtering your genetic material in a few clicks within Cloverfield™. Interactively combine traits and set thresholds to filter out under-performing genotypes or pinpoint the top-performing material you want to advance to the next stage.
Apply multiple criteria filtering on your genetic material and dynamically eliminate under-performing genotypes based on your ideotype recipe.


Real-Time Monitoring of Your Campaign

Hiphen Cloverfield - Real-Time Monitoring of Your Campaign

With the campaign monitoring tool, you can manage your program in real time. See if your pilots around the country or around the world have uploaded image sets and where each image set is in the process. Hiphen will also flag image sets that have problems quickly and send reports within 24 hours of the upload.

DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral Specifications

Aircraft

Net Weight (with propellers and RTK module) 951 g
Max Takeoff Weight
1,050 g
Dimensions
Folded (without propellers): 223×96.3×122.2 mm (Length×Width×Height)
Unfolded (without propellers): 347.5×283×139.6 mm (Length×Width×Height)
Diagonal Distance
380.1 mm
Max Ascent Speed
6 m/s (Normal Mode)
8 m/s (Sport Mode)

Max Descent Speed
6 m/s (Normal Mode)
6 m/s (Sport Mode)
Max Flight Speed (at sea level, no wind) 15 m/s (Normal Mode)
Flying forward: 21 m/s, flying sideways: 20 m/s, flying backwards: 19 m/s (Sport mode)
Max Wind Speed Resistance 12 m/s
Max Take-off Altitude Above Sea Level 6000 m (without payload)
Max Flight Time (no wind) 43 minutes
Max Hover Time (no wind) 37 minutes
Max Flight Distance
32 km
Max Pitch Angle
30° (Normal Mode)
35° (Sport Mode)
Max Angular Velocity 200°/s
GNSS
GPS+Galileo+BeiDou+GLONASS (GLONASS is supported only when the RTK module is enabled)
Hovering Accuracy
Vertical: ±0.1 m (with Vision System); ±0.5 m (with GNSS); ±0.1 m (with RTK)
Horizontal: ±0.3 m (with Vision System); ±0.5 m (with High-Precision Positioning System); ±0.1 m (with RTK)
Operating Temperature
-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Internal Storage
N/A
Motor Model
2008
Propeller Model
9453F Propellers for Enterprise
Light Sensor Built-in module

RGB Camera

 

Sensor 4/3 CMOS
Effective Pixels: 20 MP
Lens
FOV: 84°
Equivalent focal length: 24 mm
Aperture: f/2.8 to f/11
Focus: 1 m to ∞
ISO Range
100-6400
Shutter Speed
Electronic Shutter: 8-1/8000 s
Mechanical Shutter: 8-1/2000 s
Max Image Size
5280×3956
Still Photography Modes Single shot: 20 MP
Timelapse: 20 MP
JPEG: 0.7/1/2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 s
JPEG + RAW: 3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 s
Panorama: 20 MP (original material)
Video Resolution
H.264
4K: 3840×2160@30fps
FHD: 1920×1080@30fps
Bitrate 4K: 130 Mbps
FHD: 70 Mbps
Supported File Formats
exFAT
Photo Format
JPEG/DNG (RAW)
Video Format
MP4 (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)

Multispectral Camera

Sensor
1/2.8-inch CMOS, effective pixels: 5 MP
Lens FOV: 73.91° (61.2° x 48.10°)
Equivalent focal length: 25 mm
Aperture: f/2.0
Focus: Fixed Focus
Multispectral Camera Band
Green (G): 560 ± 16 nm;
Red (R): 650 ± 16 nm;
Red Edge (RE): 730 ± 16 nm;
Near infrared (NIR): 860 ± 26 nm;
Gain Range
1x-32x
Shutter Speed
Electronic Shutter: 1/30~1/12800 s
Max Image Size
2592×1944
Image Format
TIFF
Video Format
MP4 (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
Photo Shooting Mode
Single shot: 5 MP
Timelapse: 5 MP
TIFF: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60 s
Video Resolution
H.264
FHD: 1920 x 1080@30fps
Video content: NDVI/GNDVI/NDRE
Max Video Bitrate
Stream: 60 Mbps

Gimbal

Stabilization
3-axis (tilt, roll, pan)
Mechanical Range
Tilt: -135° to 45°
Roll: -45° to 45°
Pan: -27° to 27°
Controllable Range
Tilt: -90° to 35°
Pan: Not controllable
Max Control Speed (tilt)
100°/s
Angular Vibration Range
±0.007°

Sensing

Type
Omnidirectional binocular vision system, with an infrared sensor at the bottom of the aircraft
Forward Distance Measuring Range: 0.5 m to 20 m
Detection Range: 0.5 m to 200 m
Effective Obstacle Avoidance Speed: Flight Speed ≤15 m/s
FOV: Horizontal 90°, vertical 103°
Backward
Distance Measuring Range: 0.5 m to 16 m
Effective Obstacle Avoidance Speed: Flight speed ≤12 m/s
FOV: Horizontal 90°, vertical 103°
Lateral Distance Measuring Range: 0.5 m to 25 m
Effective Obstacle Avoidance Speed: Flight speed ≤15 m/s
FOV: Horizontal 90°, vertical 85°
Upward
Distance Measuring Range: 0.2 m to 10 m
Effective Obstacle Avoidance Speed: Flight Speed ≤6 m/s
FOV: Front and rear 100°, left and right 90°
Downward Distance Measuring Range: 0.3 m to 18 m
Effective Obstacle Avoidance Speed: Flight speed ≤6 m/s
FOV: Front and rear 130°, left and right 160°
Operating Environment Forward, Backward, Lateral, and Upward: Surface with a clear pattern and adequate Front, Rear, Left, Right, Above: Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting (> 15 lux, environments with normal indoor fluorescent light exposure)
Below: Surfaces with diffuse reflection material and a reflectivity of >20% (such as walls, trees, people, etc.); Adequate lighting (>15 lux, environments with normal indoor fluorescent light exposure))

 

Video Transmission

Video Transmission System
DJI O3 Image Transmission Industry Edition
Live View Quality
Remote Controller: 1080p/30fps
Operating Frequency 2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz
Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference) FCC: 15 km
CE: 8 km
SRRC: 8 km
MIC: 8 km
Max Transmission Distance (Obstructed)
Strong Interference (urban landscapes, residential areas, etc.): 1.5-3 km (FCC/CE/SRRC/MIC)
Medium Interference (suburban landscapes, city parks, etc.): 3-9 km (FCC), 3-6 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)
Weak Interference (remote fields, open farmland, etc.): 9-15 km (FCC), 6-8 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)
Max Download Speed
115 MB/s (with DJI RC Pro Industry Edition)
Latency (depending on environmental conditions and mobile device)
Approx. 200 ms

Antenna
4 antennas, 2 transmitting and 4 receiving
Transmission Power (EIRP)
2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC), <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC), <30 dBm (SRRC), <14 dBm (CE)

 

DJI RC Pro Enterprise

Video Transmission System
DJI O3 Image Transmission Industry Edition
Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference)
FCC: 15 km
CE/SRRC/MIC: 8 km
Video Transmission Operating Frequency
2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz
Video Transmission Transmitter Power (EIRP)
2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC), <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC), <14 dBm (CE), <23 dBm (SRRC)
Wi-Fi Protocol
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
Support 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Operating Frequency 2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.150-5.250 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz
Wi-Fi Transmitter Power (EIRP)
2.4 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC), <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.1 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC), <23 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC/SRRC), <14 dBm (CE)
Bluetooth Protocol
Bluetooth 5.1
Bluetooth Operating Frequency
2.400-2.4835 GHz
Bluetooth Transmitter Power (EIRP)
< 10 dBm
Screen Resolution
1920×1080
Screen Size
5.5 inches
Screen
60 fps
Brightness
1,000 nits
Touchscreen Control
10-point multi-touch
Battery
Li-ion (5000 mAh @ 7.2 V)
Charging Type
Recommended to be charged with the included DJI USB-C Power Adapter (100W) or USB charger at 12 V or 15 V
Rated Power
12 W
Storage Capacity
Internal Storage (ROM): 64 GB
Supports a microSD card for expanded capacity.
Charging Time

Approx. 1 hour 30 minutes (with the included DJI USB-C Power Adapter (100W) only charging the remote controller or a USB charger at 15 V)
Approx. 2 hours (with a USB charger at 12 V)
Approx. 2 hours 50 minutes (with the included DJI USB-C Power Adapter (100W) charging the aircraft and remote controller simultaneously)
Operating Time
Approx. 3 hours
Video Output Port
Mini-HDMI port
Operating Temperature Range
-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Storage Temperature
-30° to 60° C (-22° to 140° F) (within one month)
-30° to 45° C (-22° to 113° F) (one to three months)
-30° to 35° C (-22° to 95° F) (three to six months)
-30° to 25° C (-22° to 77° F) (more than six months)
Charging Temperature
5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)
Supported DJI Aircraft DJI Mavic 3E
DJI Mavic 3T
GNSS GPS+Galileo+GLONASS
Dimensions
Antennas folded and controller sticks unmounted:
183.27×137.41×47.6 mm (L×W×H)
Antennas unfolded and controller sticks mounted:
183.27×203.35×59.84 mm (L×W×H)
Weight
Approx. 680 g
Model
RM510B

Storage

Supported Memory Cards
Aircraft:
Please use a memory card with a speed rating of V30 or higher, or use a memory card from the recommended list
Recommended microSD Cards
Remote Controller:
SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk High Endurance 64GB V30 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 128GB V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 256GB V30 A2 microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme 512GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar 667x 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar High-Endurance 64GB V30 microSDXC
Lexar High-Endurance 128GB V30 microSDXC
Lexar 667x 256GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar 512GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 64GB V30 microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 128GB V30 microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 256GB V30 microSDXC
Samsung EVO Plus 512GB V30 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 128GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus 128GB V90 A1 microSDXC

Aircraft:
SanDisk Extreme 32GB V30 A1 microSDHC
SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB V30 A1 microSDHC
SanDisk Extreme 512GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Lexar 1066x 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 64GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus 64GB V90 A1 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas Go! Plus 128GB V30 A2 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus 128GB V90 A1 microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus 256GB V90 A2 microSDXC
Samsung PRO Plus 256GB V30 A2 microSDXC

DJI Mavic 3 Intelligent Battery

Capacity 5000 mAh
Standard Voltage
15.4 V
Max Charging Voltage
17.6 V
Type
LiPo 4S
Chemical System
LiCoO2
Energy
77 Wh
Weight
335.5 g
Charging Temperature
5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)

Charger

Input
100-240 V (AC Power), 50-60 Hz, 2.5 A
Output Power
100 W
Output
Max. 100 W (total)
When both ports are used, the maximum output power of each interface is 82 W, and the charger will dynamically allocate the output power of the two ports according to the load power.

DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Battery Charging Hub (100W) (Sold Separately)

Input
USB-C: 5-20 V, 5.0 A
Output Battery Port: 12-17.6 V, 8.0 A
Rated Power
100 W
Charging Type
Three batteries charged in sequence
Charging Temperature Range
5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)

RTK Module

Dimensions 50.2×40.2×66.2 mm (L×W×H)
Weight
24±2 g
Interface
USB-C
Power
Approx. 1.2 W
RTK Positioning Accuracy
RTK Fix:
Horizontal: 1 cm + 1 ppm; Vertical: 1.5 cm + 1 ppm
Energy
77 Wh
Weight
335.5 g
Charging Temperature
5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)

DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Speaker (Sold Separately)

Dimensions 114.1×82.0×54.7 mm (L×W×H)
Weight
85±2 g
Interface
USB-C
Rated Power
3 W
Max Volume 110 dB @ 1 m
Effective Broadcast Distance 100 m @ 70 dB
Bit Rate
16 Kbps/32 Kbps
Operating Temperature Range
-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)

(1) DJI Mavic 3M Aircraft with RTK Module & SD Card (1)
(1) RC Pro Enterprise Smart Controller
(1) Mavic 3 Intelligent Flight Battery
(3) Mavic 3 Enterprise Propellers (Pairs)
(1) RTK Module
(1) Charger
(1) Power Cable
(1) USB-C Cable
(1) USB-C to USB-C Cable
(1) Protector Case
(1) Screwdriver
(1) Manual
(1) Cloverfield© Platform

Hiphen Phenotyping - There is a Better Way

Does the M3M kit include an RTK module?
Yes, an RTK Module is included in with this purchase.

What is the maximum number of acres that can be flown on one flight?
If flown at 400', it is possible to cover just under 500-acres.

What bands make up the multispectral camera?
There are four bands: Red (R), Green (G), Red Edge (RE), and Near-infrared (NIR).

What's included in the Hiphen Phenotyping Kit w/DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral Bundle? 
Click on the In the Box tab for a full list of what's included.

Does the M3M require multispectral calibration before flying?
Yes, multispectral calibration using the provided panel is mandatory at the beginning and at the end of each flight. It allows to adjust the multispectral sensor to the exact lighting conditions and reflectance parameters of your crop, ensuring that you capture precise multispectral data that translates the reality of your field. Using the multispectral calibration panel ensures accurate and consistent measurements of plant traits across different time points, for a consistent and repeatable analysis through the season.

  1. Standardization of Measurements: Multispectral calibration panels provide a set of known reference values for spectral reflectance or radiance. By imaging these panels alongside plants, researchers can calibrate their imaging systems to ensure consistent measurements across different devices and experiments. This standardization is crucial for comparing data collected from various sources or over time.
  2. Quality Control: By including multispectral calibration panels in imaging setups, researchers can monitor the performance and stability of their imaging equipment. Any deviation in measurements from the known reference values of the calibration panel may indicate issues with the imaging system that need to be addressed, such as sensor drift or lighting inconsistencies.
  3. Normalization of Data: Phenotyping often involves comparing spectral or radiometric measurements between different samples or experiments. Multispectral calibration panels provide a baseline against which these measurements can be normalized, allowing for more accurate comparisons of plant traits across different conditions or genotypes.
  4. Correction of Atmospheric Effects: Multispectral calibration panels can also be used to correct for atmospheric effects, such as changes in ambient lighting or scattering, which may affect the accuracy of spectral measurements. By calibrating imaging systems using known reference values, researchers can account for these effects and obtain more reliable data.

Overall, multispectral calibration panels play a critical role in ensuring the accuracy, reliability, and comparability of phenotypic data obtained from imaging systems, thereby facilitating more robust analysis and interpretation of plant traits for various research purposes.

What is Cloverfield®??
Cloverfield® is Hiphen’s in-house phenotyping data platform, designed to assist researchers in scaling up plant assessments with repeatability, precision, and consistency. With Cloverfield, your phenotyping data comes to life within an intuitive interface, helping you to make the best decisions for your trials almost in real-time. Upload your data, monitor your campaign progress, analyze the computed plant traits, and filter them, compare genotypes performance, compare modality performance, add your visual scoring data and yield data, compute integrative traits on demand, make predictions earlier in the season and more… all that in one place: Cloverfield®. Head to the Overview tab to discover more about Cloverfield® features.

What crops does Hiphen support??
Hiphen has extensive experience in processing data on a wide range of crops, ranging from arable crops like wheat, barley, OSR, maize, sunflower, sorghum to vegetable crops like potato, tomato, lettuce, sugar beet, and fruits like strawberry, orchards, and grape. Hiphen also have experience with special crops like cotton, peas, sugar cane, onion, watermelon, hemp, and flowers.

Which traits (agronomic indicators) can Hiphen provide?
Hiphen’s trait glossary is composed of 70+ agronomic indicators that are organized within 5 main categories to meet the evolving needs of crop researchers. These categories of traits are processed from a mix of data sources including RGB, multispectral, LiDAR (3D) and thermal data.

  1. Biomass Proxy: Offering traits that help to accurately select or eliminate plots based on their productivity.
  2. Canopy Development: Focusing on plants' capacity to handle its environment.
  3. Trial Quality: Assessing the quality and performance of crop trials.
  4. Plant Stress: Analyzing crop's photosynthetic activity and its resilience to biotic or abiotic stress.
  5. Harvest Index & Quality: Evaluating yield potential and harvest quality.

These trait categories have been carefully curated to cater to the unique needs of agronomic researchers, providing you with a more precise and comprehensive understanding of phenotypic measures available off-the-shelf for your crops.
In addition, at Hiphen we define a trait as "A measurable characteristic of the plant or canopy. It is the result of combining raw data obtained from sensors such as cameras, lidar, spectrometers, etc., with an analytical method for interpretation. This process serves as the means to transform raw sensor data into meaningful metrics for agronomists." Alexis Comar, PhD – CEO & Founder of Hiphen.

How long does it take to get results in Cloverfield®?
It usually depends on the traits that you are interested in and on your crop. However, under request Hiphen can process data and deliver results through Cloverfield within 5 days.

DJI's Care Enterprise plan comes standard with all enterprise/commercial drone systems and provides additional support and coverage in case of accidents or damages, to use Care Enterprise, the aircraft must be recovered to be sent into DJI for replacement. For full DJI Care Enterprise terms of service and FAQ, please visit DJI.

Care Enterprise for the Mavic 3 Multispectral is available in three (3) options:

Basic (1-Year): Provides one (1) year of coverage against damage caused by user error. The plan offers up to two (2) replacements within the year of coverage. The replacement fee for the each replacement is $269. Care Enterprise Basic on the Mavic 3 Multispectral can be renewed after the first year for up to two (2) additional years and has a renewal fee of $419. In each additional year, users have two replacement options with a replacement fee of $269 each. Care Enterprise cannot be renewed beyond three (3) years.

Basic (2-Year): Provides two (2) years of coverage against damage caused by user error. The plan offers up to four (4) replacements within the two (2) years of coverage. The replacement fee for each replacement is $269. Care Enterprise can be renewed for one additional year to a total of three (3) years of coverage.

Basic coverage also includes one standard maintenance service per one (1) year of coverage.

Plus (1-Year): Provides one (1) year of coverage against damage caused by user error. The Plus plan offers unlimited aircraft replacements within the coverage amount for the one (1) year period of the coverage plan. Plus coverage can also be "pooled" or shared amongst a fleet, if all platforms are purchased with Plus and bound together in the same 30-day period. Care Enterprise Plus on the Mavic 3 Multispectral can be renewed after the first year for up to two (2) additional years and has a renewal fee of $839 which provides an additional coverage amount of $4,199.

Plus coverage also includes one standard maintenance ser

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