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Find the software you need to make the best use of the aerial data you collect. Our curated list of top-level image analysis software is sure to help you find the perfect software for your business, whether your industrial needs include mapping, or thermal or NDVI analysis.


The Airdata Drone Management and Flight Analysis platform is a must-have tool for any commercial drone pilot. The platform makes uploading flight logs extremely easy and turns those flight logs into actionable data, letting you know when a specific drone or battery in your fleet is due for maintenance. It also has the option to add an easy-to-use live stream feature, allowing you to stream your flight app screen back to headquarters anywhere with an internet connection.


Pix4Dmapper Pro

With this industry-leading software package from Pix4D, you can create maps with centimeter-level accuracy for survey-grade results from nearly any type of imagery, including RGB, thermal or multispectral. Cloud-based processing transforms Images into digital spatial models and maps that can be used to measure distances, areas and volumes, and perform virtual inspections. Easily share maps and models with team members or clients for improved efficiency and project accuracy.


Pix4Dreact is user-friendly and intuitive, specifically designed for emergency response and public safety applications for fast and accurate 2D mapping. It is ideal for situations that require rapid insights, with no cloud computing involved, with the ability to produce maps on-location, or back at base. Maps can be created, annotated, and shared within minutes, in situations requiring accurate maps when seconds count.

DroneDeploy Mapping

Compatible with any drone, this mapping software from DroneDeploy is an end-to-end program that allows you to fly and capture images, upload images to Map Engine to generate maps or models, and share maps right from your device. Survey-level accuracy, high-resolution 3D maps, exportable data in any format, and pre-flight and in-flight safety checks make the DroneDeploy mapping a great choice for a range of applications.

DJI Terra Mapping

This mapping software from DJI allows you to capture, analyze and visualize your environment in an easy to use format. Developed to help industry professionals transform real-world scenarios into digital assets, the DJI Terra program takes you through all the stages of data-to-map, from flight planning to final product.


Thermal Analysis Software

FLIR Tools+ Reporting Software

For advanced analysis of thermal imagery, FLIR offers an expanded set of cutting-edge tools. You can use this software package to generate comprehensive thermal imaging inspection and research reports. You can also record and play back both radiometric video files and time/temperature plots to build a radiometric panorama image. FLIR Tools+ merges the power of FLIR Reporter with improved speed, allowing you to create a Microsoft Word report 50% faster, allowing you to communicate advanced analysis data and detailed thermal imagery in impressive PDF documents.


NDVI Analysis


Agricultural imaging analysis through Pix4Dfields provides advanced field mapping for precision agriculture applications and crop analysis. The software can process aerial images from any standard RGB sensor, or a selected multispectral camera like Parrot Sequoia+ & Micasense RedEdge-MX. You can even use it to process images from a thermal camera like FLIR Vue Pro or Zenmuse XT. With the resulting orthomosaics, digital surface models, or 3D maps generated through the software, you can easily visualize and understand your crop stages and stress levels to increase yields and reduce costs for more efficient farming practices.

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