At the Conference on Hyperspectral Imaging in Industry 2018 from June 6-7, Resonon will showcase an airborne hyperspectral imaging system as well as its Pika L, Pika XC2, and Pika NIR-320 hyperspectral cameras. The Pika L and Pika XC2 feature a spectral range of 400 to 1000 nm, while the Pika NIR-320 has a 900 to 1700 nm spectral range. The cameras offer spectral resolutions of 2.1 (Pika L), 1.3 (Pika XC2), and 4.9 (Pika NIR-320), as well as spectral channels of 281 (Pika L), 447 (Pika XC2), and 164 (Pika NIR-320).
The airborne hyperspectral imaging system is an integrated system for remote sensing with all hardware and software necessary to acquire and analyze georegistered hyperspectral data. The system can be fitted with any of the aforementioned cameras, as well as two other hyperspectral cameras that offer a spectral range of 900 to 1700 nm (Pika NIR-640), and 350 to 800 nm (Pika NUV).
chii2018 booth number: 10
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Products: Pika L, Pika XC2, and Pika NIR-320 hyperspectral cameras and airborne hyperspectral imaging system.
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