iAgro User Manual
Login and Registration
To access the app, log in, if you have an account, or register by entering your private or company information.
Create an organization
After logging in, first you need to create one or more organizations that will then be visible in the list. Click on the “+ Add New” button and enter the required data (Company or Private).
Create a field
Once the organization is created, the first entity that will be found is Fields.
From the Fields panel, it is possible to see the fields created and available with an indication of the type of crop and with an image identifying its perimeter. To create a new field, simply click on “+ Field” and draw its boundary by hand, gradually adding vertices to the polygon. Once completed, click “Save” and enter the field data (name, crop type, row spacing). The row spacing should be inserted only in the case of row crops and for superintensive plantings in the case of tree crops.
Create a relief
Having created the field, the second entity that will be found is Reliefs.
To create a new Relief, go to one of the fields in the list in the Fields panel and click on “+ Relief.” The screen that will open allows you to enter the data for the Survey (phenological phase, adversity to be combated, type of sprayer, volume of the sprayer tank, recommended dose from the label and unit of measurement of the latter). Finally, you proceed directly to perform the first Acquisition by clicking on “Acquire.”
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in order to perform the survey and acquisitions correctly.
Create an acquisition
Having created the relief, the third entity that will be found is Acquisitions.
Once you have created the Survey and acquired the first dataset of photos, you can enter the individual survey from the Surveys panel. Within the individual survey, you can see a list of the Photographic Acquisitions made and an indication of whether or not they were uploaded to the cloud for processing or if there was any error in processing.
From the list of acquisitions, new ones can also be created by clicking on “+ Acquisition.” Going forward, an alert is displayed to warn the user that acquisitions of a single survey must necessarily complete within 3 days of the creation of the survey in order not to mix datasets acquired at different phenological stages. Continuing on, you enter the capture screen, where the smartphone/tablet camera and GPS for geolocation will be activated. By framing the part of the row/tree to be scanned and clicking on the registration button, scanning will be started:
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in order to correctly perform the scan
Once you have finished the acquisition, click on “Save and Continue,” if you want to go on to create a new acquisition, or on “Save and Finish,” if you want to finish and return to the list of Acquisitions.
The individual Field panel has 2 sections: Surveys and Field Data.
In this section you can see the list of surveys with date performed on the field in question and the number of acquisitions present in the individual survey.
In this section you can see the field data entered by the user when it was created, i.e., the name, crop type, row spacing (if any), field perimeter, and field area in acres.
The individual Survey panel has 3 sections: Acquisitions, Maps, Survey Data.
In this section you can see the list of acquisitions made for the survey in question and the number of photos in the individual
In this section you can
veed, download and export maps of the survey in question, which will be visible only when 5 or more acquisitions are made. They are available the map of vegetative vigor (LAI index), the map of optimal water dose for phytosanitary treatments in l/ha, and the map of agrochemical dose, obtained respecting the manufacturer’s label according to the indication provided by the user when creating the survey. All maps are made in 3 zones and can be exported/downloaded in .jpg, .geotiff and .shp formats.
In this section you can see the survey data entered by the user when it was created, i.e., the phenological phase, the disease to be combated, the type of sprayer, the volume of the sprayer tank, the recommended label dose and the unit of measurement of the latter.
The single Acquisition panel has 3 sections: Acquisition Data, Agronomic Info, 3D Model.
In this section you can see the geographical location of the acquisition and upload the photo dataset to the cloud.
In this section, it is possible to see the results of this acquisition: the thickness, height and volume of the part of the row/tree analyzed, the vigor parameters LAI (Leaf Area Index), LWA (Leaf Wall Area), TRV (Tree Row Volume) and the optimal dose of water for phytosanitary treatments as well as the doses of agropharmaceutical to be placed in the sprayer tank and those that will be distributed in the field.
In this section you can see and navigate the 3D model (point cloud) of the scanned part of the row/tree and the photos taken during the scan.
Profile, Help and Info Panels
The Profile section allows the user’s account information to be displayed, including the organizations they control and the total number of fields and surveys performed. You can select the language, change the organization if 2 or more have been created, or log out.
In the Help section you can view the tutorial, user manual and FAQs or contact us directly by email.