provided by Satellogic
Satellogic's aim is to frequently collect affordable high-resolution imagery for decision-making in various industrial, environmental, and government applications. Their hyperspectral cameras collect 25-meter imagery data at an altitude of around 475 km. Its 29 visible to near-infrared (460 - 830nm) spectral bands are delivered ortho-rectified and GIS-ready.
Hyperspectral imagery is vital across various sectors, such as Agriculture, Energy, and Forestry. In Agriculture, it is used to assist in the prediction of crop health and helps analyze soil quality, whereas in Forestry, analysts by using hyperspectral imagery can monitor ecosystem changes, and detect early threats. For the Energy sector, it is used in rooftop material determination, while it can offer insights into rock composition, and mineralogical variations in reservoirs.
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