Parrot Bluegrass


Todd F.
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It doesn't appear as if anyone has posted in the Parrot forum in a while, but hopefully this will still reach some folks.

We are considering purchasing a Parrot Bluegrass and I was wondering if anyone had any experience with it? Originally, we considered purchasing the Sequoia Parrot multi-spectral sensor and an integration kit to work with another platform. However, we since learned of the "all-in-one" Bluegrass. It's advertising seems convincing, but it would be nice to chat with someone with actual experience.

Though this is marketed as an agricultural drone, I work in biological conservation. We are interested in using the multi-spectral sensor for habitat modeling and land cover mapping.

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Começamos a trabalhar com o Bluegrass há pouco tempo e tenho gostado do desempenho. É um drone "plug and play", bem fácil de utilizar, mas com recursos limitados em comparação à outros modelos. Acho que a vantagem é que, se você comprar o sensor separado, sai quase o custo dele embutido no drone. Por outro lado não dá para remover o sensor se você quiser utilizar em outro equipamento. Outra questão a ser considerada é que o drone conta com um pacote tecnologico como softwares para processamento das imagens. O drone em si acaba saindo "de graça"... Se você tiver as plataformas e o software pode pensar em comprar o sensor separado, aí você terá mais autonomia para configurar seus equipamentos como quiser.

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