While the human eye is only able to see the visible light in three bands, a hyperspectral sensor is able to divide the spectrum into hundred of bands. In addition to these capabilities, our sensor systems cover the spectrum from the visible range (VNIR) to short wave infrared. Depending on the material composition of the ground surface, light with a certain wavelength is absorbed or reflected to a certain amount. This is specific for each measured sample, and the information obtained can be referred to a specific spectral profile.
This sophisticated technology has been further developed to certain applications:
Along with data acquisition we offer also atmospheric correction and data classification.