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MULTISPECTRAL ANALYSIS

Multispectral analysis is a technique that uses data collected by satellites sensors to obtain accurate information about a given area, as well as to identify regolith geology, minerals and its superficial concentration levels.

The images are collected at different wavelengths, allowing the detection of subtle variations in soil composition and the presence of minerals.

This technique is a valuable tool for the mining industry, enabling tougher and more efficient decision-making, and ensuring sustainability and safety in mining operations.

• Identification of mineralized regions from known outcropping occurrences

• Mineralogical-spectral databases that allow the identification of geological domains or hydrothermal alteration

• Remote sensing – lato sensu cartography from updated satellite images or from previous years

• Training and consultancy in interpretation of multispectral orbital data.

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