See a demonstration of Quick and Intuitive Offline Hyperspectral Scanning to Support Real-Time Online Inspection Processes by George Killian, Application Scientist. Originally part of Photonics Media's Vision Spectra Conference 2023.
Headwall's hyperspectral imaging sensors are used aboard a variety of UAS platforms, including models by DJI Enterprise and FreeFly. Headwall professionally integrates and tests every airborne package it sells. This includes putting the package through a range of data-collection and data processing exercises to assure the highest performance and most reliable operation.
High-spectral-resolution sensors represent a game changer, since they can spot crop stress before symptoms become visible to the naked eye. Phenotyping benefits from increased the increased precision these sensors offer.
Lightweight Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) sensors or subassemblies for use aboard small satellites or even constellations of Low-Earth-Orbit (LEO) satellites enable high-performance imaging with low risk.
Data fusion using hyperspectral and 3D LiDAR data can enable increased operational efficiency, as well as important safety benefits.
Even subtle changes over time can be detected. Capture imaging data even from difficult-to-access areas using portable drone systems with rugged payloads containing powerful sensors suited to the task.
Hyperspectral-and-LiDAR drone payloads offer convenient deployment and accurate classification of minerals from the air or in the field made possible using spectral regions most appropriate for the task from UV to VNIR to NIR to SWIR.
Bridges, dams, railways, pipelines, and even asphalt on busy airport runways need to be inspected. Drone-based hyperspectral imaging collects data over the spectral range you need in order to identify signs of corrosion or leaks while reducing risk to personnel.
The CHRSE was formed by Headwall and geo-konzept to support the implementation and utilization of hyperspectral imaging technology with other sensor technology focusing on agriculture, mining, environmental monitoring and infrastructure inspection applications. CHRSE is not just a virtual entity, it is a real location! Make a reservation and arrange a visit to Adelschag, Germany. See recordings of our live events.
In order to introduce hyperspectral Imaging to a wider range of users and their applications, Headwall and Visratek launched HIAC in Ankara, offering key hyperspectral imaging services for your success, like on-demand sample analysis, application feasibility studies and demonstrations, hands-on training, as well as system-integration services. See recordings of our live events.