Multispectral drones are equipped with specialized cameras that capture images in different spectral bands or wavelengths, including red, green, blue, near-infrared and red-edge, most of which are not visible with the human eye.
The images captured by these cameras provide valuable information about the health, growth, and changes in crops, forests, and other vegetation. This information can be used to optimize agriculture and environmental monitoring practices, leading to more efficient and sustainable outcomes.
Multispectral imaging is a powerful technology for agriculture that allows farmers to capture data on the health and productivity of their crops with unprecedented accuracy and detail prior to any visibly evident physical changes.
Benefits of multispectral imagery include:
Crop health is even easier to monitor and manage using consistent multispectral imaging.
Show off your best greens with a faster turn around time from disease detection to treatment.
Maximize your turf farm inventory with assessment and correction strategies using multispectral imaging and analysis.
Develop optimum plant health management plans for wooded areas and other ecosystems.