Hyperspectral sensors designed for UAVs introduced by SPECIM

Oct. 6, 2015
AisaKESTRAL hyperspectral sensor systems from SPECIM, which feature Camera Link interfaces and pushbroom sensors, are designed for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and other platforms of limited payload size.    

AisaKESTRAL pushbroom hyperspectral sensor systems from SPECIM are designed for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and other platforms of limited payload size. The hyperspectral sensors are available in two models, the first of which is the AisaKESTRAL 10, which features a 12-bit Camera Link interface and has a spectral range of 400-1000 nm. The AisaKESTRAL 10 has a 2048 x 1 line scan imager that can be windowed to 1312 x 1 and also features a line rate of up to 170 Hz and a field of view of 40°. The AisaKESTRAL 16 features a 14-bit Camera Link data interface, a spectral range of 600-1640 nm, and a 640 x 1 line scan imager that can be windows to 320 x 1. This hyperspectral sensor achieves a line rate up to 100 Hz and a field of view of 21.7° or 40°. With SPECIM’s CaliGeoPRO preprocessing software, all image pixels are automatically georectified into true-orthoimagery with more than 380 spectral bands.

To Learn More:

Contact: SPECIM Spectral Imaging
Headquarters: Oulu, Finland
AisaKESTRAL hyperspectral sensor
Key Features: 2048 x 1 or 640 x 1 line scan pushbroom imagers, spectral ranges of 400-1000 nm and 600-1640 nm (respecitively), CaliGeoPRO preprocessing software.

What SPECIM says:
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