Unique, commercially viable hyperspectral imaging technologyto address global food production challenges
Precision Ag Technology
STATE-OF-THE-ART HYPERSPECTRAL CAMERA + UNIQUE ANALYTICAL SOFTWARE
1Patented ultracompact hyperspectral imaging camera
With our patented, light-weight, data efficient, 40-band hyperspectral camera, you can have access to a wealth of crop information that you can use to 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 on the farm using our hybrid cloud solution.
3Global crop intelligence based on agronomic insights
Detailed crop models and a database of the spectral signatures of different crop-affecting factors create local crop intelligence that scales globally.
UNIQUENESS OF OUR TECHNOLOGY
Our unique data fusion and processing methodology combines hyperspectral imaging data with a range of complimentary sources including satellite observations, and terrestrial sensors. We designed our analytical software to account for weather and other environmental conditions to yield accurate analysis and predictions.
Our hyperspectral camera measures the light reflected by plants; this reflection pattern changes over the course of the growing and development cycle and differs when plants are impacted by stressors. Our hyperspectral camera measures the visible and infrared light portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, giving you more insight than with the human eye alone.
Hyperspectral imagery, compared to multispectral and RGB captures more bands of information, often many times more. Gamaya's current generation hyperspectral camera captures 40 bands, which is 10 times more than the typical 4-band multispectral cameras.
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 deficiencies, 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