Throughout the world, Tetracam multi-spectral imaging systems monitor visible and near-infrared radiation to spot crop threats and increase crop yield. On August 19 through 21 2013, Tetracam will be conducting a 3-day workshop entitled “Principals of Multi-spectral Imaging Technology” in Los Angeles, California.
This class teaches attendees how to use Tetracam hardware and software, how to integrate multi-spectral systems with manned and unmanned aircraft, how to interpret multi-spectral imagery for dozens of agricultural and environmental applications, how to correct problems that cause image distortions and how to stitch multiple images together in geo-referenced image mosaics. Team-taught by five industry professionals, this class qualifies sUAS providers to become authorized Tetracam system integrators, obtain systems at distributor discounts and sell integrated UAV-camera systems to customers around the world. For more information on this workshop, please phone 323-319-3693 or visit: