Hence the filter.
Take the picture data from visible light, filter and add the useful data from UV, filter and add the useful data from wifi, filter and add the useful data from infrared, filter and add... (ect ect ect).
It would be like adding thermal imaging to a visible light picture. They wouldn't just pass through every bit of thermal image they get and wash out the visible picture because you'd get a blurry mess. Instead they might filter out all but the extreme levels of infrared light, giving a picture that is a normal light picture, but with additional information like the fact that this car engine is hot while this one is normal. Or a picture of a field of grass but with thermal data layered on top in a useful way showing a camouflaged person hiding in the grass.
Now do that with the entire electromagnetic spectrum. That's all I was thinking of.