72 meter resolution eight-band Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) imagery.
What does SWIR stand for?
SWIR stands for Short Wave Infrared (aka Short Wavelength Infrared)
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We have 2 other meanings of SWIR in our Acronym Attic
- Systematic Withdrawal Investment Plan (finance)
- Society for Women in International Political Economy
- Steal with Integrity and Pride from Everywhere (lean Six Sigma)
- Small Wind Incentive Pilot Program
- Surface Water Intake Protection Program (Michigan)
- Soil-Water Information Processing System (database)
- Southern Women in Public Service
- Sternal Wound Infection Prediction Scale
- Secure Wireless Internet Protocol Telephony (course; Advanced Network Information, Inc.)
- Summer Workshop in Performance Telematics (Arizona State University)
- Short Wave Infrared Radiometer
- Short Wavelength Infrared (aka Short Wave Infrared)
- So Wrong, It's Right
- Software Inspection Report
- South West Innovation Relay Centre
- Southwestern Indiana Regional Council on Aging
- Spitzer, Wide-Area, InfraRed Extragalactic Survey
- Sex Workers' Internet Radio Lounge
- South West Interdisciplinary Romanticism Link (symposium; various universities; UK)
- Story Writing in Remote Locations (literacy program; Australia)
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jpg By combining state-of-the-art sputtered coating expertise with exclusive microlithography technology, PixelTec delivers highly accurate geometric and spectral performance across the ultraviolet (UV), visible and near - short wave infrared ranges (NIR - SWIR).
The G4's technologies include a full 1Kx1K forward looking infrared and charge-coupled device, as well as short wave infrared laser imaging sensors, color symbology, tracker improvement and enhanced zoom.
The LIVAR M506 imaging camera operates in the short wave infrared portion of the light spectrum for multiple military applications, from surveillance to long range targeting and identification on both airborne, maritime, and ground based applications.
The G4's technologies include true 1Kx1K forward-looking infrared and charge-coupled device sensors, short wave infrared laser imaging sensor, color symbology, tracker improvements and enhanced zoom.
Its TriWave technology is the world's first Germanium-enhanced, CMOS image sensor technology, which delivers sensitivity and resolution across the visible, near infrared (NIR) and short wave infrared (SWIR) spectrum.
This high intensity infrared tower uses short wave infrared heaters and a drive system to cure silicone tubing at adjustable rates.
The LIVAR M506 imaging camera operates in the short wave infrared portion of the light spectrum for multiple military applications, from surveillance to long-range targeting and identification on both airborne and ground based applications.