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November 12th, 2018
Sentera Introduces its AGX840 Gimbaled Quad Sensor

MINNEAPOLIS – Sentera announces a pre-order opportunity for the AGX840, a powerful update to Sentera’s popular 4-channel multispectral camera, engineered specifically for DJI Enterprise drone products. Powered by DJI SKYPORT and integrated with a high-speed brushless gimbal for exceptional image stability and control, AGX840 brings outstanding multispectral performance to Matrice 200-series platforms. Sentera’s AGX840 is an ideal solution for enterprise and academic researchers.

“AGX840 delivers Sentera 4-channel performance in a fully-integrated, gimbaled package for DJI Enterprise,” said Sentera CEO Eric Taipale. “With up to eight bands of multispectral data and image capture and gimbal control via standard apps, it’s an incredibly powerful and easy-to-use product.”

Streamlined, targeted, flexible
AGX840 streamlines and simplifies data collection. Four separate optical channels can be configured with a variety of standard filtering options, or custom-filtered in thousands of unique configurations. Using the DJI SKYPORT interface, the sensor can be installed and removed in seconds, without tools. AGX840 data is compatible with preferred software analytics tools, ensuring seamless integration into existing operations.

High-speed gimbal provides outstanding stability
The sensor’s integrated brushless gimbal stabilizes the imager against aircraft motion. Full gimbal control via iOS and Android apps are supporting, and in high-accuracy applications, the gimbal ensures that the image path is oriented straight down. The resulting multispectral data support a variety of Sentera and third-party analytics and index products.

More about the AGX840 Sensor

  • Plug & play – snap in and out, no cables, connectivity, or special brackets
  • DJI Payload Software Development Kit (P-SDK) and DJI SKYPORT technology assure seamless software and data integration.
  • Standard configuration: RGB, Red, RedEdge, and NIR
  • Fully customizable to support virtually limitless spectral capture
  • Integrated gimbal
  • Fully integrates with the DJI Matrice drone series (M200, M210)

Pre-orders open on November 8 for February 2019 delivery. Pricing starts at $4,999.

See more info at sentera.com

About Sentera
Founded in 2014, Sentera is a leading supplier of integrated analytics and sensors for precision agriculture. Sentera’s products make it easy for users to integrate in-field real-time data insights with the digital ag platforms in use by more than 80 percent of the growers in North America. Sentera’s equipment has flown tens of millions of acres all over the world, and the company processes and manages many terabytes of new data for its customers every year.