Short-wave swir ultraviolet is commonly characterized as the band of light wavelengths beyond what is visible to the human eye to the limit where the light is ‘cut off’ or absorbed by the glass rather than transmitted. This includes 0.7 to 2.5 μm wavelengths.
Who will use them?
- With precision agriculture and farming practices, farmers are looking to increase yields while decreasing costs and minimizing the environmental effects.
- With a dramatically improved ability to locate ore bodies during their discovery process, mining companies could save millions of dollars.
- In defining various forms of land cover, emergency management planning activities, and new land tax policies, local councils may use swir.
- Infrastructure and management of preparation
You can control downstream operations across your main assets, i.e., Plant and infrastructure storage, access and transport, route planning, and the like, using swir data.
- Control of yield
Swir data allows the organization to maximize efficiencies and implement new functions inefficient management process to ensure the highest yield.
- Management on asset
The roof is the most significant aspect of the house or building for insurance agencies and loss adjusters.
Swir data helps you to see what is unlikely for the human eye. Wavelengths from around 390 to 700 nm can be referred to by a typical human eye.