Multispectral & Hyperspectral Imaging !
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Multispectral & Hyperspectral Cameras
At The Heart of Each Multi and Hyperspectral Device Is An Array of Pixel-level Spectral Filters Purpose-built For Your Application.
SpectroCam™ multispectral cameras deliver live processed images of 6-8 spectral bands at full-frame resolution and rates up to 25 frames per second (~2-4 stacks per second). Configure SpectroCam™ for your application, using standard and custom interchangeable optical filters. Available in ultraviolet UV), visible (VIS), and short-wave infrared (SWIR) versions, SpectroCam™ cameras incorporate high sensitivity image sensors.
Fully functional out of the box, SpectroCam™ makes multispectral imaging accessible to any user – speeding the development and deployment of all kinds of multispectral applications. Capture live images within minutes, using the included acquisition software to enhance contrast and see beyond human vision.
PixelCam multispectral cameras provide live imaging of 3-9 spectral bands at video rates. Simultaneous multi-channel “snapshot” acquisition delivers rich, real-time data without scene change or pixel shift. Custom dichroic filter arrays are integrated into the focal plane array at wafer-level to create robust linear and area sensors that extract high-contrast spectral information at specific visible and infrared wavelengths. This breakthrough technology enables easy integration into a handheld, mobile and aerial cameras – all with the same frame rate, size, weight, and power consumption as monochrome cameras.
Cubert Ultris 20
The Cubert ULTRIS breaks new ground as the first HSI camera that is based on light field technology. The camera features an Ultra-HD CMOS sensor with 20 MP, making it to the imaging spectrometer with the worldwide highest available resolution. The camera provides a native image resolution of 410×410 px with 100 spectral channels, continuously covering the wavelength range from 450 nm – 850 nm (± 10nm).
- Time to prepare the camera in the field and calibrate it to the current light conditions: <15 min
- Time until you can analyze the data after flight acquisition: ~5 min. Just transfer from the flight computer. No preprocessing necessary.