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Hyperspectral Systems Training

Setting You Up For Success

Hyperspectral airborne drone, ground-based, or scanning-kit training is fundamental to success when it comes to utilizing an integrated imaging solution from Headwall.

Day-long training is held twice each month at our headquarters for customers who have purchased a Headwall turnkey or system-level solution. These training sessions are focused on hands-on experience in a small-group learning environment. Headwall provides the industry's most in-depth training curriculum. We cover all the need-to-know topics and follow up with an overview of Headwall's powerful post-processing software.

New for 2019 are Quick Start videos for our airborne systems, as well as demos and webinars covering our hyperspectral imaging systems and software.

 

Hyperspectral Basics

Each training session starts with the fundamentals of hyperspectral imaging...what it is, how it works, and some of the applications that are ideally suited for this technology.

  • Basics of hyperspectral imaging
  • How our sensors work
  • Scanning operations
  • Airborne data collection considerations
  • Data processing and analysis techniques

Flight Planning

We'll show you how to properly get your airborne solution ready for flight. You'll learn how to calibrate your sensor, get the GPS/IMU set up, setting the white balance, and much more.

  • Flight planning and setup for data collection
  • Flight planning software
  • Hyperspec software and sensor setup

Flying the Mission

Here, we'll show you all aspects of flying your UAV...from start-up steps through data-collection and landing. Everything you'll learn is focused both on data accuracy and safe flying practices.

Post-Flight & Data Processing

Collecting hyperspectral data is a hardware-driven exercise, but data interpretation and exploitation is a function of powerful software you'll learn how to use. From orthorectification to creating mosaic data cubes, Headwall provides the knowledge you need.

  • Viewing images and spectral data
  • Single and batch radiometric correction
  • Single and batch reflectance conversion
  • Single and batch ortho-rectification