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Metaspectral and Armada Partner for Remote Real-Time AI Analysis of Hyperspectral Imagery
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Metaspectral and Armada Partner for Remote Real-Time AI Analysis of Hyperspectral Imagery
by Clarence Oxford
Los Angeles CA (SPX) May 30, 2024

Metaspectral, a company specializing in computer vision and remote sensing through deep learning and hyperspectral imagery, has announced a partnership with Armada, a leader in edge computing technology.

"Through this partnership, we can bring real-time AI analysis of hyperspectral imagery to remote areas by leveraging Armada's physical data processing and connectivity infrastructure capabilities," said Francis Doumet, CEO and co-founder of Metaspectral. "Hyperspectral imagery captured by remote cameras and drones can offer high impact decision-making support with the level of detail it provides."

Hyperspectral images provide more detail than traditional cameras, capturing light beyond the visible spectrum. This allows for the remote identification of materials and gases based on their composition, quality, and abundance.

Armada collaborates with Starlink to deliver high-bandwidth edge computing and satellite internet connectivity to remote locations such as oil rigs, mines, and combat zones.

"Hyperspectral imagery can be used in the oil and gas sector to detect pipeline leaks, monitor vegetation health, and identify hydrocarbon reservoirs. Similarly, mining companies can use it for mineral identification, prospecting support, and monitoring environmental impacts such as soil erosion, vegetation health, and water quality," said Migel Tissera, CTO and co-founder of Metaspectral. "Hyperspectral imagery also has extensive military applications, including surveillance, detection, and identification of hidden objects, terrain assessment, and more."

Metaspectral's computer vision technology will be integrated into Armada's Edge AI Marketplace, a hub for AI solutions. Their data compression algorithms enable real-time analysis and transmission from satellite and terrestrial sources without compromising image quality.

Armada, led by CEO Dan Wright, offers mobile data centers (Galleons) for real-time data processing, and a software platform (Commander) for managing edge operations.

"With Armada's expertise in AI-powered solutions and Edge Infrastructure, combined with Metaspectral's cutting-edge computer vision capabilities, we see a tremendous opportunity to help organizations unlock the power of real-time insights and advanced analytics to drive business growth and innovation," said Uday Tennety, VP of Product Management at Armada. "We look forward to ensuring our joint customers across critical industries are able to glean actionable insights from their data, optimize processes to prioritize agility and precision, and streamline operations."

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