As you can see, our images give a better idea of what's going on in the fields. Things are pretty good in the areas colored dark green. In red zones, something suspicious is happening. (Check out this blog post
to find out how we turn satellite images into NDVI indexes.)
Standard NDVI gives you a general idea of what's going on. At the same time, Contrasted NDVI is the same picture, but things are a little bit exaggerated. In a picture with NDVI between 0.7 — 0.8, the whole field will be green. Contrasted NDVI gives more nuance, and farmers can notice things they wouldn't have seen otherwise.