Unique, commercially viable hyperspectral imaging technologyto address global food production challenges
1Patented ultracompact hyperspectral imaging camera
With our patented light-weight 40 spectral bands camera, you can have access to a wealth of crop information, that can significantly enhance your operations.
2Machine learning engine optimised for precision farming
Software to translate raw data into actionable information uses machine learning and AI, and it can be deployed to the farm using our hybrid cloud solution.
3Global crop intelligence based on agronomic insights
Detailed crop models and database of spectral signatures of different crop-affecting factors to capture crop intelligence and scale it on a global level.
UNIQUENESS OF OUR TECHNOLOGY
The uniqueness of Gamaya technology comes from the integration of hyperspectral imaging with data assimilation and fusion methodology. Our hyperspectral camera measures the light reflected by plants. It is designed to provide a maximum amount of information when paired with our proprietary analytical software.
The camera not only measures visible light, but also infrared, which is invisible to the human eye. Visible light and infrared both are parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. The infrared part is significantly bigger than visible light and contains more detailed information about vegetation than visible light.
There are three different types of imaging: RGB, Multispectral and Hyperspectral. The ability of capturing the reflected light varies, while RGB can only detect the three main colours, hyperspectral imaging captures reflectance in more than 40 different channels and therefore contains more information.
Plants with different physiology and characteristics reflect light differently. Hyperspectral imaging and its ability to capture reflectance in a much more detailed and precise way allows us to detect problems such as diseases, nutrient defficiencies and other crop issues.
The benefits of hyperspectral imaging technology
Most advanced and information-rich technology
Crop- and region-specific analytics
Agronomy driven expertize
Detection of complex problems such as weeds, pests, diseases and nutrient deficiency