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For this particular project, a high resolution hyperspectral imager underwent conversion and integration by Galileo for autonomous UAV operations.
The 41 papers consider such topics as signal processing in the multi-component Raman spectra of particulate matter, detecting and classifying organic and organophosphorus analytes on soil from reflection-absorption spectroscopy, a high-resolution two-dimensional laser radar for viewing and identifying occluded hard targets, a pyramid-based block of skewers for pixel purity index for end-member extraction in hyperspectal imagery, a computer tomographic imaging spectrometer and a snapshot hyperspectral imager and polarimeter, wavelength selective bolometer design, spectral signatures of acetone vapor from ultraviolet to millimeter wavelengths, and the three-dimensional deconvolution of vibration corrupted hyperspectral images.
A hyperspectral imager identifies these fingerprints by measuring light waves that bounce off or pass through these objects.
Headwall has continually expanded the capabilities of the performance-leading Hyperspec family of hyperspectral imagers.
InView will additionally be applying the technology to deliver high-performance, cost-effective cameras in additional wavebands and to deliver hyperspectral imagers.
The technology, a new hyperspectral imager, is orbiting Earth aboard an experimental spacecraft called Tactical Satellite-3.
Using a hyperspectral imager, the team can find the wavelengths best suited to spotting fecal contamination or cuts and bruises that can harbor bacteria.
Due to its array detector, the HI 90 hyperspectral imager can measure all pixels simultaneously up to 1000 times faster than traditional scanning systems which record the spectra at each pixel sequentially.