Beyond what you can see – it’s what you can identify

Traditional imagery provides shape and surface texture, multi-spectral imagery provides basic color, but hyperspectral imagery provides material composition. We can identify specific materials through their detailed spectral “fingerprint” for greater accuracy. It can answer questions such as:

  • What is something made of?
  • If vegetation, what kind is it?
  • Is it something other than what it appears to be?
  • For what is an area of land being used?