Thursday, March 12, 2009

Aisa EAGLET, new hyperspectral imaging airborne sensor

SPECIM, Spectral Imaging, Ltd., provider of hyperspectral imaging technology and solutions, has released Aisa EAGLET, a hyperspectral imaging airborne sensor specifically designed for small aircrafts and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Aisa EAGLET will be officially presented at the EARSEL Imaging Spectroscopy workshop in Tel-Aviv, Israel, 16-19 March 2009.

AisaEAGLET is a compact and lightweight hyperspectral airborne sensor that acquires full, contiguous hyperspectral data in the VNIR region (400-1000 nm) with high spectral resolution and up to 100 push-broom images per second. AisaEAGLET is also claimed to be provide high spatial resolution with 1600 pixels across the swath and excellent sensitivity even in low light conditions. This airborne system consists of the hyperspectral sensor, GPS/INS sensor, data acquisition computer and flight operation software. Its modular design and low total mass of 10 kg of the complete system allow quick installation in various payload compartments.

AISA Eagle hyperspectral sensor specifications/features, here in PDF.


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