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July 14, 2015

German Engineering: Imagery Tools Automate Vegetation Mapping in the Rhineland

With deadlines looming and significant subsidies on offer, Germany’s RLP AgroScience saw the opportunity to use advanced spatial technology to automate this monumental task to help its local authorities meet the EU’s requirements. Using available aerial imagery, digital surface models and image-analysis software, a small RLP AgroScience team, together with local authorities, created an operational system that...

February 7, 2015

Scientists Confirm Specim’s AisaIBIS Reliably Measures Plant Stress

OULU, Finland, Feb. 6, 2015—Scientists have confirmed that plant health and stress can be reliably measured by SPECIM’s AisaIBIS hyperspectral camera. Researchers from the Institute of Bio- and Geosciences (IBG-2), Forschungszentrum Jülich and Remote Sensing of Environmental Dynamics Lab, University of Milano-Bicocca recently carried out field tests to study if vegetation that is suffering stress