Aerial imagery from satellites, how does it work?

Aerial imagery from satellites, how does it work?

Modern satellite systems have created a new era in vegetation monitoring, enabling precise and effective analysis of ecosystems on a global scale. Thanks to advanced remote sensing and multispectral imaging technology, satellites can provide a wide information range regarding plant health.
Satellite images enable not only accurate monitoring of vegetation structure but also the analysis of various spectral ranges, which allows for the identification of subtle changes in plant health. The imaging frequency, high spatial resolution, and rich spectral ranges available in modern satellite systems enable detailed examination of photosynthesis processes, mineral content, and even the indication of areas susceptible to environmental stress.
Low-resolution satellite systems provide remote sensing images with a resolution of 3m, ensuring the ability to monitor changes in vegetation in real-time with the only condition being the lack of cloud cover. This allows for quick response in periods of dynamic changes in the condition of grass, such as droughts or during periods of increased intensity of agrotechnical treatments.
In turn, High-Resolution satellite systems provide images with a very high resolution of up to 30 cm. Thanks to this, they enable precise monitoring of local changes and identification of areas requiring specialized agrotechnical treatments.