Multispectral aerial images are obtained with the newest generation of airborne sensors. Exclusive in South America, this service achieves an excellent pixel resolution, less than 1 meter. The sensor captures the reflected Electromagnetic energy of objects within the visible and near infrared spectrum allowing image processing, used in different applications.

In precision agriculture, multispectral images are used to identify plant vigor variability that is not visible to human eye. These images are related to fruit quality properties: chemical and organoleptic. Images detect low yield areas affected by soil parameters, diseases, pests, management, etc. and will facilitate identification of the different sectors as to manage and/or harvest them in a differentiated manner.