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Hyperspec SWIR Gets UAV Wings!

Remote sensing with hyperspectral sensors is  a combination of several elements: an imaging spectrometer and a fast data processing system to acquire and analyze spectral and spatial data. For remote sensing missions such as crop disease or invasive species detection, the spectral range of most interest is the visible-near-infrared (VNIR) from 400-1000nm.

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Far Away and Long Ago: Hyperspectral Imaging Plays Key Role

Hyperspectral imaging sheds new light on prized Martian rock specimen

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