Hyperspectral sensor from Specim with 1024 spatial pixels

Jan. 11, 2015
The AisaFENIX 1K full-spectrum hyperspectral sensor produces readily co-registered VNIR and SWIR data.

The AisaFENIX 1K full-spectrum hyperspectral sensor with 1024 spatial pixels produces readily co-registered VNIR and SWIR data. It can cover 10 km2 at ground speed distance of 1 m with 30% sidelap, 120 kts ground speed, and 3 min. turns in 1 hr 29 min. It is designed for remote sensing applications.
Oulu, Finland

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