Remote sensing has may uses among which change monitoring and natural resources exploration represents but a few of its uses. Remote sensing is used in almost all sectors of the economy including and not limited to agriculture, water, forestry, to acquire dimensions and measurements.
Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (HRS)
When is it used?
HRS is a detection and identification tool that is used in many different disciplines including agriculture and forestry, ecology, coastal zone management, geology and mineral exploration. HRS combines imaging and spectroscopy in a single system which often includes large data sets requiring the kind of databases we design and build.
Hyperspectral datasets are generally made of about 100 to 200 spectral bands of relatively narrow bandwidths (5-0 nm), which gives Hyperspectral sensors their ability to detect a wide array of features.
Agriculture – We’ll monitor your crop growth and estimate yield, conduct soil characterization and monitoring, digital soil mapping, quantitative soil spectroscopy as well assoil erosion and land degradation mapping
Mining & Minerals – Geological exploration from far to near field; Minerals, rare Earth elements and base metals detection and mapping; Mine waste mapping and monitoring
Water and Sanitation – Dryland areas monitoring; Water resources management and early-warning signals of ecosystem shifts. Mapping of the city’s river ecosystems contamination with plastic debris
Other Sectors where we use HRS include, pharmaceutical, food, climate monitoring, forensics, health and so on
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Multispectral Remote Sensing (MRS)
What is M.R.S?
MRS is a tool in remote sensing that captures both visible and invisible spectral bands and can highlight areas within your operation requiring attention not immediately visible to the naked eye. This tool can become an early detection system that allows you to spot signs of stress for certain crops within a farming operation and make early interventions that can save your yield.
Sectors th at benefit from the use of multispectral imagery are mainly public service, agriculture and insurance. Farmers benefit through mitigating risk of crop failure by identifying contra factors like, crop stress, diseases, irrigation failures e.t.c while insurance benefits through reducing risk of exposure to claims losses by gaining accurate information, allowing insurance agents to identify and determine the extent of the damage and correlate the insurance area with the damaged area.
It is a useful tool for government from a planning and land dispute resolution perspective as well as in monitoring and tracking land-use and water-use by farmers in water scarce areas.
- Urban Planning
- Water Studies
- Climate Change
- Land Use Management
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