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Hyperspectral Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging, also known as imaging spectroscopy, is a developing technology which enables the collection and processing of specific image information from the electromagnetic spectrum. Regular cameras and the human eye can see visual light in three distinct bands (red, green and blue). In contrast, a hyperspectral camera collects data from hundreds of contiguous or adjacent light bands. This spectral data is used to characterise or differentiate objects with great precision and detail—all with good results already in Defence and Agricultural applications.

HySpex Hyperspectral Imaging from Norsk Elektro Optikk

Raymax is the Australian agent for HySpex hyperspectral cameras and imaging systems, powerful tools for diverse applications such as industrial sorting, laboratory analysis, clinical diagnosis and agricultural monitoring. Below an image of HySpex's Mjolnir-1024 UAV, a dedicated solution for providing hyperspectral data in the 400 to 1000 nm spectral region on a highly-mobile multi-rotor drone.

HySpex Mjolnir during test flight

Whether installed in factory or laboratory or mounted on a tripod and rotation stage for field applications, the HySpex VNIR cameras provide high-resolution imaging in the visual and near infra-red spectra. They are compact, robust, high-performance and versatile instruments for a range of applications.

HySpex VNIR Hyperspectral Camera

The HySpex ODIN-1024 is a speciality system for airborne use, designed to be mounted on an aircraft. Compatible with position and attitude-logging systems from leading manufacturers, the ODIN-1024 collects data suitable for a range of airborne applications, including agricultural and geological surveying.

HySpex ODIN-1024 Hyperspectral Camera mounted in an aircraft