Humans see in three visible bands, red, green and blue. We use these to see our world in colour and distinguish between features, by the colours our eyes detect. Hyperspectral systems used at Texo DSI Ltd can detect a plethora of spectrums allowing for observation of up to 369 spectral bands.
This allows for bands to be configured together and compared to multiple spectral libraries, to identify the vast majority of substances unique spectral signatures. Many applications exist with key soil nutrient quantification, disease detection and chemical composition of plants in agriculture. Mineralogical identification in geological mapping and potential identification of areas of commercial mineral exploration has long been a large use of hyperspectral data.
Certain hazardous materials can even be detected. Libraries are currently being compiled to detect possible changes in vegetation, to indicate sub surface gas leak detection at hydrocarbon drill sites. An area of developing interest to Texo DSI Ltd, is the ability to detect asbestos bearing materials within the construction industry and public sector. We have specified a custom-built, industry leading Hyperspectral UAV delivery platform.
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