Portable Outdoor Hyperspectral Imaging System
Our Outdoor hyperspectral imaging system is used to acquire hyperspectral data in the field where portability is critical.
The Resonon pushbroom hyperspectral camera is mounted on a rotation stage that sits on a specially-modified tripod. During data acquisition the stage rotates the hyperspectral camera, scanning the scene of interest. The imager and stage are controlled using Spectronon software.
Raw hyperspectral data is converted to radiance and reflectance using radiometric calibration data and a calibration standard placed in the scene. The calibration standard is a special tarpaulin with a known (mostly flat) reflectance.
These operations can be processed using Spectronon software.
Resonon’s systems are turnkey solutions ready for immediate use, including all hardware and software necessary to acquire and analyze hyperspectral data.
Outdoor hyperspectral imaging systems can be fitted with any of Resonon’s hyperspectral imaging cameras covering the 350 – 1700 nm spectral range.
- Hyperspectral imaging camera
- Objective lens
- Rotational scanning stage
- Tripod with laptop tray
- Spectronon software preloaded onto a ruggedised laptop computer
- Radiometric calibration
- Calibration standard
- Power supply
- Protective travel case
Videos for Outdoor Field Hyperspectral System
|Max travel angle||360 deg|
|Rotation stage speed range||0.28 – 56.25 deg/s|
|Power requirements||12V, 2A|
|System weight, no imager (kg/lb)||8.5 / 18.6|
|Weight in travel case, no imager (kg/lb)||23.5 / 51.8|
|Travel case dimensions (cm/in)||84 x 41 x 56 / 33 x 16 x 22|
|Hyperspectral Terminology Glossary||Click here|