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Hyperspectral Imaging sees Xf Bacteria and Highlights the Business Impact of Crop Disease

The incurable crop disease Xylella fastidiosa (Xf) affects a variety of important crops including olive, almond, avocado, coffee, grapevine, citrus and many herbaceous and forest species ...

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Flight & Seminar Demo Day at Northern Arizona Univ

The above animation compresses a day in Flagstaff into just 10 seconds! Headwall and the Northern Arizona University Department of Astronomy and Planetary Science hosted a Demo Day on ...

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Recording of CHRSE webinar: Vegetation Encroachment on Infrastructure

Watch a recording of the first webinar by the newly formed Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Europe. Headwall and geo-konzept in Germany teamed to show how unmanned airborne vehicles ...

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Airborne Integration Considerations

Our customers come to us with missions that range from crop disease detection to infrastructure inspection, from environmental monitoring to pollution analysis. Hyperspectral imaging ...

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We're Giving Drones a Good Name

Drones seem to be in the news for all the wrong reasons. The media reminds us that they're nothing but nuisances: peeking at people, crashing into stadiums, hovering over the White House, ...

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History Made, History Seen with Hyperspectral Imaging

As the market for hyperspectral sensing technology moves forward and advances, Headwall’s Application Engineering team has been able to gather a rare view into the past through the ...

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Headwall Remote Sensing Capabilities Seen “Down Under”

This past week, Headwall remote sensing team finished a productive week Down Under at the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) in Melbourne, Australia.  The ...

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Satellite Hyperspectral Sensing Boosts Environmental Research

Last week, I participated in the bi-annual Earth Observation Business Network 2012 (EOBN) conference, a small group of industry leaders brought together in Vancouver, British Columbia and ...

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