Recover and analyze your data

During the flight, photos are stored on the internal memory of the multispectral sensor.

 

What is the format of the photos taken by Parrot Bluegrass?

 

The data is saved in the internal memory of Parrot Sequoia+ or on the SD card of the light sensor.

It is stored in the following formats:

  1. RAW 10-bit TIFF file for the four monochrome sensors

  2. JPEG format file for the RGB sensor



 

How to recover data with an SD card

 

1. Insert your SD card into an adapter which is compatible with your computer.

2. Retrieve the photos taken during the flight. Do not remove the SD card when the drone is switched on.



 

How to recover data via WI-FI

 

1. Connect to the Wi-Fi network of Parrot Bluegrass_ XXXX and enter the IP address 192.148.42.2 in the web browser. Parrot Sequoia+ switches on automatically.

2. Go to the Gallery tab and retrieve the photos taken during the flight.





 

How to analyze your data with Airinov First +

 

Go to http://parrot.airinov.com and follow the on-screen steps for processing your data. For more information go to www.parrot.com/support .

However, the data retrieved by Parrot Sequoia+ can be processed in several ways.





 

How to analyze your data with the Micasense Atlas data management software

 

You can analyze the photos taken by Parrot Sequoia+ with the MicaSense ATLAS software. For more information, go to www.micasense.com.





 

How to analyze your data with the Pix4DMAPPER mapping software

 

You can analyze the photos taken by Parrot Sequoia+ with the PIX4DMapper software. For more information, go to www.pix4d.com.



 

What post-processing software is compatible with photos taken with Parrot Bluegrass

 

Pix4D, Airinov and Micasense are the most reliable and professional post-processing software for processing the photos taken by Parrot Bluegrass.

Update : 26/02/2019
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