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Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging for Drones and Remote Sensing. 5 Modern Hyperspectral Imagers. 330 nm to 1700nm complete spectral range.

Resonon’s airborne hyperspectral systems contain all hardware and software necessary to acquire georegistered hyperspectral data.



Airborne systems can be fitted with any of Resonon’s hyperspectral imaging cameras

The GPS/IMU contains an RTK receiver for centimeter-scale positioning and increased orientation accuracy. An Emlid RTK Base Station and compatible radio are now available as optional components. Single- and dual-antenna GPS/IMU options are available.

System components:

  • Hyperspectral imaging camera & objective lens
  • System Control Unit
  • Ellipse N GPS/IMU (standard) and georectification software
  • Radiometric calibration & calibration tarp
  • Spectronon hyperspectral data analysis software
  • VNIR downwelling irradiance sensor (optional)
  • Emlid RTK base station and compatible radio (optional)
  • Dual-antenna Ellipse D GPS/IMU (optional)
  • Training services (optional)

Resonon’s hyperspectral imaging systems are rugged and built to last, and we guarantee their performance. All of our products include a two-year warranty.

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Complete System Weights

CameraWeight (kg / lb)
Pika L1.59 / 3.51
Pika XC23.37 / 7.41
Pika IR4.31 / 9.48
Pika IR+4.31 / 9.48
Pika IR-L1.98 / 4.37
Pika IR-L+1.98 / 4.37
Pika UV3.07 / 6.75

GPS/IMU Specifications

 Standard ConfigurationRTK Enabled
Position Accuracy, Horizontal1.2 m0.01 m
Position Accuracy, Vertical1.5 m0.02 m
Velocity Accuracy, Horizontal0.05 m/s0.03 m/s
Velocity Accuracy, Vertical0.05 m/s0.03 m/s
Roll / Pitch0.1°0.05°
Heading0.2° Dynamic0.2° Dynamic
  RTK components are available as an option
Single Antenna & Double Antenna options available

Power Requirements

12 – 19 V; 25 W operating, 55 W peak