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DB2 Vision launches affordable multispectral camera

DB2 Vision claims its LaQuinta is the most fully featured, yet lowest cost multispectral agtech camera in the world.

Dutch company DB2Vision has launched the LaQuinta: a single sensor, single optical path high resolution 4 narrow-band multispectral UAV and groud vehicle crop sensor for precision agriculture.

Price and complexity limiting adoption of multi- and hyperspectral imaging

DB2 Vision says it has has set its goal to develop a way to spectacularly overcome the 2 limiting factors that have held back mass adoption of multi- and hyperspectral imaging so far; the price of the (imaging) equipment needed, as well as the complexity of its use.

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LaQuinta houses all necessary hybrid sensor technology (GPS, Irradiance sensor, IMU, Altimeter and internal battery) around the camera enabling it to function completely system agnostic. - Photos: DB2Vision
LaQuinta houses all necessary hybrid sensor technology (GPS, Irradiance sensor, IMU, Altimeter and internal battery) around the camera enabling it to function completely system agnostic. - Photos: DB2Vision

System agnostic

According to the company, LaQuinta houses all necessary hybrid sensor technology (GPS, Irradiance sensor, IMU, Altimeter and internal battery) around the camera enabling it to function completely system agnostic. It is therefore applicable on all types of UAVs able to carry a payload of 140gr/ 5oz and multi-compatible with widely used software solutions such as Pix4D Mapper, Agisoft Metashape and Skyline TerraExplorer.

By partnering with equipment and software providers that complement the technology, DB2 Vision says it is able to provide the end-user a complete solution.

The LaQuinta is available worldwide and costs around € 2,000.

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