multi-spectral imagery


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multi-spectral imagery

The image of an object obtained simultaneously in a number of discrete spectral bands. Also called MSI.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Pakistan becomes first country to use multi-spectral imagery for crop mapping
Pakistan has become the first country in the world to use multi-spectral imagery through a remote sensing satellite to prepare maps of crop type and acreage, according to renowned scientist and academic Dr Umar Saif, Chairman, Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) The technology will be used with a 10-meter resolution through UK Satellite Sentinel 2-A to determine the type and health of crops, moisture in soil and to predict the quantum of production.
LAHORE -- According to the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) chairman Dr Umar Saif, Pakistan has become the first country in the world to use multi-spectral imagery through a remote sensing satellite to prepare maps of crop type and acreage.
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This division provides precise 3D mapping, photogrammetry, thermal and multi-spectral imagery data, empowering focused analytical solutions to vertical markets which include oil and gas, utilities, construction as well as others.
From early aerial photography using cameras to multi-spectral imagery and more recent LiDAR remote sensing technology, very high-resolution images have been made possible.
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