Multispectral imaging

Multispectral imaging

Multispectral imagery provides an opportunity to determine the quality of vegetation on the ground surface.

It is a major tool for agriculture as an effective way to increase yields, improve the quality of agricultural products, reduce costs and recoup your investment as soon as possible.

As a result of data processing you get maps of vegetation indices (NDVI, PVI, WDVI, SAVI, LAI, etc.) by which you can estimate the productivity of agricultural land, namely:

  • plant health
  • moisture content
  • nitrogen content
  • chlorophyll content
  • biomass growth

Multispectral imaging, aerial photography and video monitoring in a complex allow to carry out an inventory of agricultural land, assess soil quality, control agricultural operations, assess the condition of plants, identify negative factors in a timely manner and forecast yields.

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