Superior compression capability
Metaspectral builds on years of in-house research in spectral data compression capability, as well as numerous work by organizations such as the MPEG consortium and CCSDS.
CCSDS, the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems, is a consortium of national space agencies, including NASA and ESA. Their newly formalized standard CCSDS-123 directly addresses the lossless and near-lossless compression of multispectral and hyperspectral data.
Our propriatary FPGA implementation supercharges this standard to bring unparallelled compression throughput of over 7 Gbps while only consuming 10% of the compute fabric compared to JPEG 2000.
By losslessly compressing spectral data, achieve up to 60% reduction. Near-lossless compression can yield up to 90% reduction of your data.
Machine Learning and AI is in our DNA. Our algorithms process pixel-level spectral IDs at unparalleled accuracy for classification, and are easily trainable to recognize any type of underlying material, whether detecting Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in defense applications, or sorting between different types of plastic bottles for the recycling industry.