The Institute for Technology Development (ITD) is a not-for-profit company that develops applications of
satellite, airborne, field or laboratory imagery. Airborne and ground imagery includes our patented hyperspectral
and multispectral sensors. Expertise focuses on extracting knowledge from imagery to satisfy a need and then packaging
it as a solution and/or a product.
Public-private partnerships are created to drive the research and commercial objectives of this work. ITD personnel
apply cutting edge and creative image analysis techniques to extract knowledge from imagery that can support a decision
about a target contained in the image. For example, in crop production, imaging is used to reduce the amount of herbicides
applied to cotton, while in biopathogen detection, imaging technology is being used to detect and quantify aflatoxins.
ITD has a 22 year proven track record for converting its applied research results into commercial products or services.
InTime, Inc. an ITD spin-off, services
our nationís farmers with real-time prescription maps for applying crop chemicals.
Our main office is located at NASAís John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, with a satellite office located in Savoy,