Wideblue wins new Hyperspectral Crop Camera Project

01 July 2016

Wideblue are the lead partner in a new Innovate UK project to develop a low cost hyperspectral imaging camera for use by farmers. This ambitious project brings together experts from University of Strathclyde, University of the West of Scotland, James Hutton Institute, Galloway & MacLeod and Wideblue to develop a new low cost Crop Camera. The new product is aimed at providing valuable information to a wide range of farmers about the health of their crop allowing them to make important decisions about irrigation, pests, diseases, inputs and harvest. Currently the use of Hyperspectral Imaging in agriculture is limited to high cost airborne and satellite applications.

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