The increasing demand for high quality agriculture products, ecological politics and money saving purposes have led to a growing interest in farming management concepts based on observations and measurements.
Monitoring and managing spatial variations in productivity-related variables within specific areas are now key aspects for agriculture 4.0. In fact, numerous physical, biological and chemical factors, influence health and productivity at single block scale.
Through remote sensing analyses it is possible to provide a rapid and synoptic view of each parcel, retrieving size, soil moisture content, vigor and many other indexes over entire area of interest. Being aware of those information helps in planning specific activities and managing the available resources, and allows farms to be more efficient, profitable and environmentally friendly.