Hyperspectral camera for UAVs to be on display at SPIE DSS
BaySpec’s OCI UAV hyperspectral cameras are designed specifically for use on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and are available in two models, the first of which is the OCI-1000, which features a 2048 x 2048 CMOS image sensor.
BaySpec’s OCI UAVhyperspectral cameras are designed specifically for use on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and are available in two models, the first of which is the OCI-1000, which features a 2048 x 2048 CMOS image sensor. The other model, the snap-shot OCI-2000 features a 250 x 250 CMOS sensor. Both cameras feature a miniature single-board computer and are able to acquire VIS-NIR hyperspectral data with continuous spectral and spatial coverage at frame rates up to 120 fps. In addition, the cameras achieve a spectral range of 600 to 1000 nm and spectral bands of 100 (OCI-1000) and 20 (OCI-2000). The OCI UAV cameras are suitable for use in such UAV applications as precision agriculture and remote sensing. BaySpec will showcase the cameras at SPIE DSS from April 21-23 in Baltimore, MD, USA.
SPIE Defense + Security 2015 booth number:1046
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Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: OCI UAV hyperspectral cameras
Key features: 600 to 1000 nm spectral range, CMOS image sensors, up to 120 fps frame rate, on-board computer and storage, real-time image data preview.
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