Hyperspectral Imaging Systems

Hyperspectral IR Cameras


The Hyper-Cam is an advanced infrared hyperspectral imaging system. This remote sensing instrument combines high spatial, spectral and temporal resolution providing unmatched performances. It is a versatile tool for remote detection, identification and quantification. 

How does it work?

The unique spectral features of gases and solids are obtained upon modulation of the incoming infrared radiation from the scene by a Michelson interferometer. A high resolution spectrum is then recorded at each pixel of a focal plane array (FPA) detector. By comparing a measured spectrum with reference spectral signatures of known gases and solids, the constituents of a target can be easily identified.

A Whole Range Of Markets & Applications

DEFENSE AND SECURITY
• Spectral IR signatures
• Detection & Identification
• Flares & decoys
• Gas and aerosol clouds
• Camouflage
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
• Airborne mineral mapping
• Natural gas
• Oil sands
NATIONAL LABS
• Flares and smokestacks
• Pollution monitoring
• Landfills
& greenhouse gases
• Urban heat islands
ACADEMIC RESEARCH
• Jet & rocket engine
• Toxic industrial
chemicals (TICs)
• Combustion analysis
• Volcanology

Airborne System

Generate georeferenced hyperspectral maps with the new Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini. Compact and lightweight, the Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini is equipped with an active stabilization system and an image motion compensation mirror, which allows you to use it in small aircrafts in order to map vast areas and
obtain clear, high-quality spectral information.

Key benefits :

  • Easy to install - weighs less than 24 kg
  • Flexible: changeable fore-optics, separate optical head and processing unit, possibility to automate the data acquisition process
  • User-selectable spectral resolution down to 0.5 cm-1 for high quality resolution
  • Possibility to choose between mapping and targeting acquisition modes.

 

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our customers

Arjo Wiggins Security
Beeld en Geluid
DIS
Koninklijke Luchtmacht
KU Leuven
Ministerie van Defensie
NLR
Nomacorc
OCÉ
Philips
Safran
Saxion
SCA
Tass International
Universiteit van Antwerpen
Universiteit van Gent
VU Amsterdam
Wageningen UR
TU Eindoven