Webinar: Use Multispectral Imaging to Boost Crop Health

Webinar: Use Multispectral Imaging to Boost Crop Health

Harris & MicaSense Webinar – Use Multispectral Imaging to Boost Crop Health: From Data Collection to Analysis: From Data Collection to Analysis

April 3, 2018 | 10 AM EDT & 2 PM EDT

The secret is out! Through the use of multispectral imagery, it is now possible to tailor crop management practices to maximize yield and increase profit. However, capturing, processing, and analyzing complex datasets to extract meaningful information can be a daunting task. Harris Geospatial and MicaSense have teamed up to walk you through the dos and don’ts of collecting and analyzing multispectral data, and to demonstrate how it can have a positive impact on your Ag business.

During this webinar we will show how the MicaSense RedEdge camera and ENVI Crop Science tools can be used to monitor crops and gain insights over time. These scientific solutions address real problems such as nutrient deficiencies, disease and pests, and overall crop stress.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Best practices for accurate, in-field data collection
  • How to make image processing fast, easy, and accurate
  • Tips to develop fast, efficient workflows to extract meaningful information from your collect
  • How you can monitor crop health down to individual plant level
  • Ways in which other customers use and benefit from multispectral imaging


Austin Coates
Product Manager for ENVI Crop Science,
Harris Geospatial Solutions

Nigel Brown
Partners Manager,
Harris Geospatial Solutions

Drew Baustian
Business Development Manager,

Reserve Your Spot! by Registering Now!

– 10 AM EDT


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