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What can you do with MicaSense Sensors?

Our technology is designed to capture high-quality data so you can obtain spatial and temporal variability across large areas even in places that can not be accessed by foot. Some examples of applications are shown below.

Invasive species detection

Invasion of yellow floating heart on a lake in Oklahoma
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Species inventory, monitoring & analysis

Classification of different tree species
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Disease monitoring and identification

Detection of wheat streak mosaic in a winter wheat field
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Stand count
 

Tree count on an avocado field
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Water resource monitoring

Identification of nozzles needing maintenance
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Tree density mapping

Extension of a reclaimed boreal forest in Canada
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Land cover analysis
 

Riparian park management
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Change detection

Changes on a cherry orchard after a herbicide treatment
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Wetlands and shallow water environments monitoring

Monitoring of a farm creek
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Not sure if you can benefit from Multispectral sensors?

Our sensors can give you a richer picture of forests, fields, and lands. Remote sensed imagery can be used for mapping soil properties, species classification, detection of crop water stress, monitoring of weeds and crop diseases, and mapping of crop yield. Download our free guide - 14 Ways to use Multispectral Imagery in Agriculture to learn more.
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Invasive species detection

Invasion of yellow floating heart on a lake in Oklahoma
Read Case Study

Species inventory, monitoring & analysis

Classification of different tree species
Read Case Study

Disease monitoring and identification

Detection of wheat streak mosaic in a winter wheat field
Read Case Study

Stand count
 

Tree count on an avocado field
View More on Blog

Water resource monitoring

Identification of nozzles needing maintenance
Learn More

Tree density mapping

Extension of a reclaimed boreal forest in Canada
Read case study

Land cover analysis
 

Riparian park management
Watch Webinar

Change detection

Changes on a cherry orchard after a herbicide treatment
Read Case Study

Wetlands and shallow water environments monitoring

Monitoring of a farm creek
Watch Webinar

Not sure if you can benefit from Multispectral sensors?

Our sensors can give you a richer picture of forests, fields, and lands. Remote sensed imagery can be used for mapping soil properties, species classification, detection of crop water stress, monitoring of weeds and crop diseases, and mapping of crop yield. Download our free guide - 14 Ways to use Multispectral Imagery in Agriculture to learn more.

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