Tetracam are holding training workshops which look interesting.
Tetracam produces the world’s most efficient and most economical multi-spectral cameras and the software required to interpret the images they capture. On farms, ranches and orchards throughout the world, Tetracam systems monitor subtle changes in the visible and near-infrared radiation that plants reflect. Farmers use the data to spot impending dangers to their crops. Changes in the near-infrared indicate factors that threaten plants long before any indications appear in the visible spectrum
On April 2 – 4, we will be conducting a 3-day workshop on the “Principles of Multispectral Imaging for Agriculture” inSimi Valley,CA. If your readers are interested in selling unmanned aircraft systems into the agricultural marketplace, this is an excellent class for them to understand how growers, researchers and foresters use multispectral imaging systems.
On April 5, we will be conducting a 1-day class on the “Selection, Integration, and Usage of Unmanned Aircraft Systems with Tetracam Multispectral Cameras.” The class describes details of interfacing Tetracam systems with unmanned aircraft systems.
For more information on these upcoming classes, please visit website at
“Principles of Multispectral Imaging for Agriculture” is described in detail at:
“Selection, Integration, and Usage of Unmanned Aircraft Systems with Tetracam Multispectral Cameras”