While MicaSense has its roots in Seattle, we are really a global company with distribution in over 70 countries worldwide. The development of our sensors is done in-house by our experienced engineering and design team. Our sensors are built to be rugged, dependable, and accurate. All our products are manufactured in the USA.
At MicaSense we strive to help growers, land managers, and researchers use drone-based imagery to make informed decisions. We’re experts at developing drone sensors for vegetation mapping, and we’re dedicated not only to offering tools but also the practical know-how. We’re here to be your partners, to listen to what you need, and to develop solutions that can help make your life—and your work—easier.
WHAT MULTISPECTRAL SENSORS CAPTURE
WHY MULTISPECTRAL SENSORS
FOR VEGETATION MAPPING?
Multispectral sensors capture information that cannot be seen with the human eye, enabling early detection of issues like disease, water stress, pest infestation, nutrient deficiencies, and more. The specific filters on multispectral cameras highlight changes in chlorophyll content in plants, which is oftentimes an indicator of disease or stress.
With a multispectral camera, variation in vegetation becomes obvious. Analytics and outputs from this imagery can be used to direct teams for ground-truthing, targeted fertilizer or pesticide applications, precision thinning, and many more applications.
THE HALO ADVANTAGE
Halo is Indonesia's leader in enterprise drones. As the earliest pioneers in commercial drone technology with strong industrial backgrounds, we will understand your business and provide full solutions that meet your budget and requirements.
Cost-effective solutions that address your specific challenges and scope. We are committed to a long-term approach, advising fit-for-purpose technology and services to address real requirements, and drive high return on investment.
Certified training programs, complete authorized after-sales center in Jakarta, and a commitment to provide amazing results of all services we provide. This is the Halo way: we will go to any length to maintain a reputation for service excellence.
Light Energy from the sun is either:
Sensor captures light reflected off the plant canopy. That light is captured in five spectral bands: