What is so special about Agrowing's sensor's technology?
May 01, 2023
Agrowing’s US patented multispectral Sensor Design and patent-pending Imagery Acquisition Method are the only viable way for non sampled scanning of fields, while enabling extreme close look at outlying areas of concern.
Most airborne multispectral sensors employ multiple cameras, each of which is equipped with a different bandpass filter. The lenses of these cameras may be a few centimeters apart from each other, making the alignment (matching) of the acquired chroma bands impossible from a close range.
Multispectral sensors, which are based on multi-cameras can hardly
be synchronized for synchronized acquisition of the imagery. A lag of 20ms between two different cameras means 20cm for a 10m per second moving drone, resulting in a different POV.
Most of the multispectral sensors have optics of short focal length and wide aperture. The result is inferior image quality, poor relative illumination and high distortion. Agrowing’s sensors are of 25mm focal depth, fixed F6 aperture, and very low distortion.