Insights in Every Frame
Enhance your decision-making with multi-band imaging for unparalleled accuracy to perform vegetation classification, wetland analysis, urban planning, environmental monitoring and more.
Post-catastrophe imagery and AI-derived property damage and condition data unite to help insurers process customer claims more efficiently.
Identifying current issues requires current data. A lack of up-to-date surveys means a higher level of difficulty when trying to accurately analyze ground truth. But even current aerial imagery doesn’t give you all the insights needed. After all, what about the issues beyond the visible spectrum?
Things like vegetation health, soil, plant growth, wetlands, and more require near-infrared imagery (NIR). However, not every aerial imagery provider has both current captures and NIR. This leads to bouncing between imagery feeds from multiple vendors.
That all changes with Nearmap Near Infrared Aerial Imagery (NIR).
NIR is a remote sensing technology that utilizes airborne sensors to capture data in the near-infrared spectrum, and its applications are beneficial for government, utilities, and the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries.
NIR imagery provides essential data insights, enabling informed decision-making, resource optimization, and enhanced efficiency across multiple sectors.
Nearmap NIR imagery will be proactively updated annually, building a robust library for contextual analysis and change detection. Combining NIR with the high-fidelity layers of Nearmap AI unlocks greater location intelligence for advanced understanding of your areas of interest.
Here are just some of the things you can do with Nearmap NIR:
NIR aerial imagery offers visual data in four bands (Red, Green, Blue, and Near Infrared) at a resolution of approximately 30cm. This resolution level allows for more detailed analysis and identification of ground features, vegetation reflectivity, and changes to the built environment.
NIR captures data in four separate spectral bands, including the near-infrared spectrum. This enables advanced analytics such as vegetation health assessment and assists with land use classification.
Regular aerial surveys make it easy to track change over time. This supports monitoring and planning activities in dynamic environments.
NIR in GeoTIFF format can seamlessly integrate with GIS, design software, and many other mapping platforms — providing geospatial context to the collected data.