DroneNaksha provides a Report generation facility in a very simple and accurate manner.
DroneNaksha gives you detailed reports of the images such as orthomosaic, DSM, DTM, Plant health reports, etc. All these reports can be easily download to the local computer as well as can be shared with other users through share asset facility. These reports are useful in decision making and processing of data related to the situation on the actual site. Without having to physically be on the job site, construction businesses can use orthomaosaic photos to measure stockpile volume, estimate material costs, and collect other relevant data. It is another useful tool for construction organizations which will be useful to make 3D models with raw data from aerial photographs.
Plant health report will give the status of the plants on the site. NDVI reports will give the greenness index is an indicator that shows the greenness, density, and health of vegetation in each pixel of a satellite image.
These reports are easily available on just a click by using DroneNaksha.
You can download layer by clicking on the 'Layer' option after clicking on the Ortho tab, NDVI tab, or DSM/DTM tab. At the bottom of a screen, you can see the status of an image to be downloaded.
The reports of the analysis plays vital role in decision making processes. DroneNaksha provides this facility in very simple and accurate manner. You can save the reports for future work as well as take the printout for record purposes. As DroneNaksha is a powerful tool, report generation according to the requirement is also important. This tab allows you to have following types of reports:
6.2.1 Orthomosaic Report
Clicking on 'Orthomosaic Report' to download the orthomosaic report.
6.2.2 Plant Health Report
Plan health report is available by clicking on the 'Plant Heath Report' button.
Plant Health Report
Download report for Plant Health
6.2.3 Download report
Download the respective reports by selecting the 'download' button. You can take a print of these reports as well as you can save these reports on the local computer.
Printing a Report
Switch to dashboard by clicking on the 'Dashboard' button available on the sidebar on the right side of the screen indicated by a red-colored oval in the image below:
Switching to Dashboard
The new feature added allows the user to have a map view as shown below. The user may select the recently opened maps or imagesets. This will reduce the time.
Map details are available by clicking on the tab on the right side of the screen red-colored oval in the image is shown below:
This will display the details of the map such as area in sq. km., number of images used in that map, processing date and time required, etc.
This is a powerful feature for comparing the results obtained from time to time. The user can take images on a periodic basis which will be used for decision making or for further processes.
In the case of construction sites, the user may get images from time to time to monitor the progress of work on-site as well as to monitor the changes if any.
This feature plays a vital role in agriculture fields. The farmer or the user can take images of the field at some specific time or at random time slots. From the images available the user can compare the crop which will help to decide on various activities such as spraying pesticides, water or cutting the crops or theft of the crops, or any other. The user can compare the growth of trees as well.
This feature can be used to monitor the gradual development of cities. The changes in the development plan of the rural as well as urban areas can be monitored remotely. The user can compare two separate images or layers to identify the variations.
All types of layers of images can be compared easily with this feature of DroneNaksha. The screen will split into two parts so that the user can easily observe the changes if any as shown below:
For using this feature follow these steps:
- Click on compare plan tab on the right-hand side.
- Check the drop-down control beside imageset name.
- Now, select any one of the various layers of the orthomosaic images generated.
- Various layers of orthomosaic images generated are as follows - 1. Base layer 2. Orthomosaic layer 3. NDVI layer 4. DTM layer 5. DSM layer
- Extract the information from comparing the images. Note it down.
- Before finishing, close compare screen by clicking on the ‘Close’ button
On the map view you can view ortho image with geotags (small blue circle) as shown in the picture below:
Ortho Image with Geotags
A geotagged image is one that has been geotagged to correspond to a specific location. This is usually accomplished by assigning the image with a latitude, longitude, elevation, compass bearing, and additional fields as options. After clicking on geotags, images will be opened with more clarity.
When you click the image tab, a popup of images from which orthoimages are made will appear.
'Task' option is available on the sidebar menu. All the tasks created by the user are displayed when clicked.
By clicking on a particular task, you will redirect to image sets.
Selected a particular Task