Observations your eyes can not make
Multispectral imagery contains a very wide range of images. Multispectral means that the raw material consists of data from camera observations recorded in a way that the human eye can not visualise. The multispectral recordings from satellites consist of two different types; either with a very broad band or by several narrow bands. The imagery is merged by combining the results into the final multispectral imagery. Multispectral reviewing requires special knowledge in order to be able to make correct interpretations. Analysis of multispectral recordings makes it possible to make conclusions that otherwise would not have been possible.