imec SNAPSHOT UAV VIS+NIR

imec SNAPSHOT UAV VIS+NIR

spectral range = 460 nm – 900 nm
spectral resolution = 31 bands
spatial resolution = 2 x 2048 x 1088 px
FWHM (full width at half maximum) = 10 – 15 nm
pixel pitch = 5.5?m
acquisition speed = 2 x 20 fps
dynamic range = 10 bit
gimbal = Gremsy T3v3 with hyper quick release =
mechanical dimensions (W x H x D) 10 x 8 x 9.5 cm
weight = 620 g without optics
embedded hardware = Nvidia Jetson GPU, 1 TB local storage
optics = C-mount

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imec SNAPSHOT UAV VIS+NIR
How can a spectral camera become an analyzing tool in situations where the motion is not linear and perfectly controlled? This payload can help you develop a fully integrated solution that will make the acquisition of high quality spectral data on a flight mode easy and fast. The two embedded snapshot imagers VIS and RedNIR enable a user-friendly approach with real-time acquisition, processing and down-streaming of the application data at video rate from drone-based systems, focusing only on the application and research.

This UAV platform is compatible with the DJI M600 Pro and can be connected in one click. Users can modify it in any way required for the integration into other flight controllers. It can be used as a development tool for hardware and software to end up in a complete UAV solution. Different arrangements and new ideas can be derived from utilizing this technology platform for drone-like applications such as precision agriculture and environment sensing.

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Contentimec SNAPSHOT UAV VIS+NIR How can a spectral camera become an analyzing tool in situations where the motion is not linear and perfectly controlled? This payload can help you develop a fully integrated solution that will make the acquisition of high quality spectral data on a flight mode easy and fast. The two embedded snapshot imagers VIS and RedNIR enable a user-friendly approach with real-time acquisition, processing and down-streaming of the application data at video rate from drone-based systems, focusing only on the application and research. This UAV platform is compatible with the DJI M600 Pro and can be connected in one click. Users can modify it in any way required for the integration into other flight controllers. It can be used as a development tool for hardware and software to end up in a complete UAV solution. Different arrangements and new ideas can be derived from utilizing this technology platform for drone-like applications such as precision agriculture and environment sensing.HySpex SWIR-384 The HySpex SWIR-384 hyperspectral camera is developed for field, laboratory, and airborne applications. The state of the art MCT sensor with cooling down to 150K yields low background noise, high dynamic range, and exceptional SNR levels. With a max frame rate of 400 fps, combined with an aberration-corrected optical system with high optical throughput (f/2), the data quality, speed, and sensitivity is truly state of the art. A wide range of close-up lenses allows the use of the camera at working distances ranging from a few centimeters with a spatial resolution of 53 ?m to infinity e.g. airborne remote sensing.HySpex VNIR-1800 The HySpex VNIR-1800 hyperspectral camera is developed for field, laboratory, and airborne applications. HySpex VNIR-1800 utilizes a cutting edge actively cooled and stabilized scientific CMOS detector. This makes VNIR-1800 the ideal camera for high-end data acquisitions where high radiometric accuracy is required. The dynamic range of 20 000 ensures outstanding SNR levels even in darker areas of an image of highly dynamic scenes. With a max frame rate of 260 fps, combined with aberration-corrected optics and high optical throughput (f/2.5), HySpex VNIR-1800 offers a unique combination of data quality, high speed, and sensitivity. A wide range of close-up lenses allows the use of the camera at working distances ranging from a few centimeters with a spatial resolution of 24 ?m to infinity e.g. airborne remote sensing.Pika UV 330 - 800 nm Ultraviolet + Visible The Pika UV (formerly NUV2) is a hyperspectral camera that scans the Visible and Near Ultraviolet (VIS+NUV) spectral range. An optimized objective lens provides excellent imaging throughout the entire spectral range. Because halogen lights have low output in much of the NUV, Resonon offers an NUV lighting module to augment illumination for our desktop system. The Pika UV can be used in our airborne, laboratory, and outdoor hyperspectral systems, as well as standalone or integrated into your system.Pika IR-L 925 - 1700 nm Lightweight Infrared The Pika IR-L is a lightweight and compact Near-Infrared (925-1,700 nm) imager. The small size and mass make it well suited for airborne applications, where it can provide invisible to the naked-eye contrast of outdoor features. For a compact, lightweight Visible light spectral range option, please see the Pika L. For a higher spectral and spatial resolution version of the Pika IR-L, please see the Pika IR-L+ imager.Specim FX10 Specim FX10 is a line-scan hyperspectral camera that operates in the visible and near-infrared (VNIR) region. It is an excellent tool for industrial and scientific applications. The Specim FX10 operates in the 400-1000 nm region, and the color-optimized Specim FX10c in the 400-780 nm region.
Descriptionspectral range = 460 nm - 900 nm spectral resolution = 31 bands spatial resolution = 2 x 2048 x 1088 px FWHM (full width at half maximum) = 10 - 15 nm pixel pitch = 5.5?m acquisition speed = 2 x 20 fps dynamic range = 10 bit gimbal = Gremsy T3v3 with hyper quick release = mechanical dimensions (W x H x D) 10 x 8 x 9.5 cm weight = 620 g without optics embedded hardware = Nvidia Jetson GPU, 1 TB local storage optics = C-mountSpectral range = 930 - 2500 nm Spatial pixels = 384 Spectral channels = 288 Spectral sampling = 5.45 nm FOV* = 16? Pixel FOV across/along* = 0.73/0.73 mrad Bit resolution = 16 bit Noise floor = 150 e- Dynamic range = 7500 Peak SNR (at full resolution) > 1100 Max speed (at full resolution) = 400 fps Power consumption = 30 W Dimensions (l-w-h) = 38 - 12- 17.5 cm Weight = 5.7 kg Camera Interface = CameraLink *Can be doubled with FOV expanderSpectral range = 400 - 1000 nm Spatial pixels = 1800 Spectral channels = 186 Spectral sampling = 3.26 nm FOV* = 17? Pixel FOV across/along* = 0.16/0.32 mrad Bit resolution = 16 bit Noise floor = 2.4 e- Dynamic range = 20000 Peak SNR (at full resolution) > 255 Max speed (at full resolution) = 260 fps Power consumption = 30 W Dimensions (l-w-h) = 39 - 9.9 - 15 cm Weight = 5.0 kg Camera Interface = CameraLink *Can be doubled with FOV expanderSpectral Range (nm) = 330 - 800 Spectral Channels = 255 Spectral Bandwidth (nm) = 1.8 Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm) = 2.8 Spatial Pixels = 1500 Max Frame Rate (fps) = 142 f/# = 2.8 InterfaceUSB = 3.0 Dimensions (mm) = 230 x 107 x 85 Weight, w/o lens (kg) = 2.27Spectral Range (nm) = 925 - 1700 Spectral Channels = 236 Spectral Bandwidth (nm) = 3.3 Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm) = 5.9 Spatial Pixels = 320 Max Frame Rate (fps) = 364 f/# = 1.8 Interface = GigE Dimensions (mm) = 210 x 68 x 63 Weight, w/o lens (kg) = 1.01Spectral Range = 400-1000 / 400-780 (c-version) Spectral resolution (FWHM) = 5.5 nm (mean) Spectral sampling/pixel = 2.7 nm, With default binning Spectral bands = 224 / 140 (c-version), With default binning Numerical aperture = 1.7, With default lens Optics magnification = 0.80 Effective pixel size = 19.9x9.97 ?m, At fore lens image plane Effective slit width = 42 ?m, At fore lens image plane Effective slit length = 10.2 mm, At fore lens image plane SNR @ max. signal = 420 : 1 Spatial samples = 1024 Bit depth = 12 Maximum frame rate = 327 FPS full range / 514 FPS full range (c-version) Binning = 2,4,8 spectral and spatial Default: 2 spectral x 1 spatial ROI = Freely selectable multiple bands of interest. Minimum height of ROI is two 1-binned rows. Maximum frame rate is determined by the total number of rows included in the mMROI?s Pixel operability = 99.993% Image corrections = Non uniformity correction/Bad pixel replacement/Automatic Image Enhancement (AIE)/One point NUC. AIE: Unified spectral calibration + corrected smile and keystone aberrations Sensor material = CMOS Sensor cooling = Passive Full well capacity = 90 ke- Read-out modes = IWR / ITR Optics temperature = Passive Lens mount = Custom mount Fore lens FOV options = 12 deg/ 38 deg (default)/ 47 deg/ 51 deg/ 83 deg. Only the default lens is specifically designed for FX10. With other lens options, optical parameters may vary. Camera digital data output/control interface = GigE Vision, CameraLink Camera control protocols = GenICam, ASCII Power input = 12 V DC (+-10%) Power consumption = Max 4 W Connectors = Industrial Ethernet OR CameraLink 26-pin, 0.5? MDR IP = IP52 Dimensions (L x W x H) = 150 x 85 x 71 mm Mounting surface option on three sides. Mounting kit adds 24 mm distance on mounting side. Weight = 1.3 kg Storage temperature = -20 ... +50?C (non-condensing) Operating temperature = +5 ? +40?C (non-condensing) Relative humidity = 5% - 95% (non-condensing)
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