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What is the DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral?
The P4 Multispectral is a fully integrated multispectral imaging drone designed for precision agriculture and environmental management. Combining data from six separate sensors to measure the health of crops, from individual plants to entire fields, as well as weeds, insects and a variety of soil conditions, the P4 Multispectral sets a new standard for easy-to-use agricultural drone applications.
Precise Multispectral Imaging
The built-in stabilized imaging system collects comprehensive sets of data right out of the box. Access information collected by 1 RGB camera and a multispectral camera array with 5 cameras covering Blue, Green, Red, Red Edge, and Near-Infrared bands – all at 2MP with global shutter, on a 3-axis stabilized gimbal.
Integrated Spectral Sunlight Sensor
An integrated spectral sunlight sensor on top of the drone captures solar irradiance, which maximizes the accuracy and consistency of data collection through different times of the day. When combined with post-processed data, this information helps to obtain the most accurate NDVI results.
Live RGB and NDVI View
Seamless integration into the DJI Ground Station Pro flight planning app allows pilots to switch between real-time views of the drone’s RGB video camera and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) output for immediate insights while in the field.
Pilots using multiple drone payloads during their operations can now calibrate the drone’s new centre of gravity with ease from the DJI Pilot app for better flight performance.
An integrated RTK positioning module and TimeSync system support real-time, accurate positioning data for each image, optimizing photogrammetric results and providing centimetre-level accurate measurements.
What do I need to do to fly this aircraft legally?
As a minimum, you need to read and understand the UK CAA Drone Code and register for a Flyer ID (this is free to do so. You also need to get an Operator ID from the CAA at a yearly cost of £9. You will then need to stick this Operator ID to your aircraft.