Tartansense is an end to end aerial
imagery solutions provider


Utilizing the range and agility of the Enduro Quad, TartanSense is able to capture high resolution and near infrared images with a coverage area of upto 700 hectares a day. The images captured by the Enduro Quad have an ultra high resolution of 0.1m, far superior to any satellite imagery service. The ultra high resolution is extremely valuable in identification of small objects such as young tree canopies, fruits, narrow service roads etc.


Cloud-based Image Stitching

Our cloud-based solution is optimized for speed and volume of data. Your RGB and/or Near Infrared images are processed on the cloud and merged into a single geo-referenced mosaic that can be viewed in Google Earth or in any program that supports GeoTiff format.

Field Health Maps

With the availability of a near infrared channel, image data can be converted into Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) or Difference Vegetation Index (DVI) maps that correspond with relative crop health & condition in the field.

3D Elevation Maps

TartanSense provides 3D elevation maps for the purposes of topography analysis. 3D elevation maps are a valuable asset for tasks such as road planning and area identification for new planting.


Tree Counting

TartanSense offers a tree canopy mapping solution that counts the number of trees in area. Our solution has proved incredibly useful in large areas with non-homogenous planting grids.

NDVI Analysis

TartanSense works in collaboration with agronomists and farm owners to analyze NDVI imagery to assess the health of the plants. By analyzing the various infrared bands a digital map is created to illustrate areas affected by disease, water stress, poor chlorophyll levels.


TartanSense is currently developing prescriptive reports that entail the following:

  • Irrigation recommendation
  • Fertilizer and Pesticide recommendation
  • Optimal road and bridge building recommendations
  • Land clearing recommendation for new plantations with an emphasis on eco preservation