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Relative variation factor

Detecting changes that happened in the field during the last one-two weeks or one-two months or even a couple of years helps to get insights into crop development.
Relative variation factor or Relative Variation Index can be used to:
  • locate spots with similar performance across 5-10-20 years and place the trials in areas with similar conditions to reduce the probability of mistake
  • track the changes during the season and evaluate crop performance during the growth
  • recognize the damaged areas after a weather disaster or a disease or a pest attack and calculate damaged areas
  • detect the difference between the last two images and control the crop performance.
GeoPard’s Relative Variation Index (RVI) covers all those cases and many others. RVI will provide more insights into crop development when used together in combination with in-season and historical management zones.
Simply choose your field and satellite images to track the changes across them and get insights about every spot in your field.