At VISION 2018, Resonon will showcase its Pika NIR-320 and Pika NIR-640 hyperspectral cameras, both of which feature a GigE interface and a spectral range of 900 to 1700 nm. The 320 model offers a spectral resolution of 4.9 nm, 164 spectral channels, 320 spatial channels, and a 520-fps frame rate, while the 640 model offers a spectral resolution of 2.5 nm, 328 spectral channels, 640 spatial channels, and a 249-fps frame rate. Also on display will be the Pika L VNIR hyperspectral imaging camera (pictured), which has a spectral range of 400 to 1000 nm, a spectral resolution of 2.1 nm, 281 spectral channels, and 900 spatial channels.
Resonon will also showcase its benchtop hyperspectral imaging system, which can be fitted with any of its hyperspectral cameras, and includes SpetrononPro software, lighting assembly, power supply for lighting assembly, mounting tower, and a linear translation stage. Additionally, the company will highlight its outdoor hyperspectral system, which can also be fitted with any camera and includes a tripod with laptop tray, rotational scanning stage, power supply, and SpectrononPro software.
Lastly, Resonon will highlight its airborne hyperspectral imaging system, which is an integrated system for remote sensing with all hardware and software necessary to acquire and analyze georegistered hyperspectral data.
VISION 2018 booth number: Hall 1, Stand 1F12
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Headquarters: Bozeman, MT, USA
Products: Pika NIR-320, Pika NIR-640, and Pika-L hyperspectral cameras, benchtop hyperspectral imaging system, outdoor hyperspectral imaging system.
What Resonon says:
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