Aerial photography proving invaluable in monitoring Gaelic football site

We're getting better at using our professionally licensed drone to gather data on sites and monitor ongoing projects.  Being safely outdoors, sports turf development projects have been able to proceed with little interruption so far this year and the capability to produce aerial imagery of what are usually very large sites is invaluable.  
Planimetry, or the piecing together of multiple aerial photos to produce a single image of a site, is proving to be particularly useful.  Being able to map and monitor the development of growing turf over large areas is an extremely powerful tool enabling, for example, the accurate quantification of over-seeding or fertiliser requirements.
We're also taking the drone to golf courses to map plant health and species distribution.  This combines our down to earth understanding of the qualities of natural turf with the extraordinary imagery we are now able to produce.  Our approach has the potential to achieve massive economies in the use of seed, fertiliser and pesticides through the accurate determination of where these things are, and are not, required.  This fits with our general aim of enhancing all of the environmental aspects of natural turf facilities of all forms, a central aim of Agrostis in 2020.