Hyperspectral remote sensing is a technology with many applications. It is capable of identifying unique spectral signatures of vegetation types, soil minerals, rock formations, and water quality. Cornerstone Mapping offers tailored flights to acquire, process, and interpret hyperspectral imagery.
Hyperspectral sensors are based on narrow spectral channels, as small as 2nm in width. Collecting data in the visible and near-infrared spectrum (VNIR) the imagery can provide high spectral resolution, but with lower spatial detail. The high spectral resolution is well suited to identify and separate spectral signatures of vegetation and objects on the ground.