Headwall develops hyperspectral imaging sensors
Hyperspectral imaging sensors
Headwall Photonics has been selected by NEC Space Systems Division of Japan to develop the hyperspectral instrument payload for a Japanese remote sensing satellite.
With this contract, Headwall will introduce a new class of hyperspectral imaging sensors specifically designed for small satellite payloads that offer high optical efficiency and wide field of view.
Headwall claims it has unique engineering capabilities that are well-suited for critical satellite and airborne applications.
Headwall was selected as result of the company's hyperspectral technology designs that offer a tall image slit without introducing image distortions.
This allows researchers to utilise a wide field of view on the ground with good spectral and spatial resolution - critical performance attributes for any satellite deployment.
The TerraLuma project is bringing hyperspectral technology to its fleet of unmanned aircraft systems.
Headwall has introduced its Hyperspec starter kit designed for the 250nm-600nm UV-VIS spectral band.
Headwall Photonics has completed the design, manufacture, and test of the space-qualified hyperspectral sensor payload for NT Space.
Micro-Hyperspec sensor designed to meet the rigid size, weight, and performance requirements for deployment on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and unmanned ground vehicles (UGV)
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