Multispectral LiDAR

By on 20 March, 2024

IRIDESENSE has unveiled what it claims is the first 3D multispectral LiDAR sensor capable of analysing plant health and soil humidity levels remotely in real-time, while adding that the unit is also suitable for other applications, such as industrial quality control and forest management.

The long-range (300-metre), 60W 3D LiDAR is based on proprietary SWIR multispectral laser technology, featuring five colours in infrared and high-resolution image quality. The unit can operate completely independent of lighting and meteorological conditions, weighs only 3.5 kg and has dimensions of 142 mm x 220 mm x 192mm.

The company says it is actively searching for partners to deploy the technology to collect data to improve its artificial intelligence.

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