Multispectral remote sensing involves the capture of visible light, near-infrared light, and short-wave infrared light within several spectral bands. Different surface materials such as crops, plants, aquatic vegetation, and tree canopies reflect and absorb light differently within these wavelengths.

 This form of remote sensing is often used in assessing crop health, detecting crop disease, and plant stress.

To determine the scientific relation between various vegetation and light, Multispectral Vegetation Indices are used to quantify reflectance values.

Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI): is the most requested remote sensing index that determines the ratio and sum between the Near Infrared and Red bands of multispectral images. There are thousands of scientific multispectral indices, and we can help decide which index is best for your application.


Stable Air Media conducted long flight hours using multispectral sensors for Environmental Monitoring, Harmful Algae Bloom Detection, Parks and Recreational Support, Phenotyping, Row Crop Assessments, Coastal, Estuaries and Waterway Analysis.


Whether conducting detailed phenotyping surveys, establishing best practices for fertilization, or validating new precision agriculture methods, we can provide high-resolution data that leads to actional results.