ADC Snap Tetracam
ADC Snap Tetracam Hyperspectral Sensor
Hyperspectral filming and analysis systems are techniques with great potential for environmental analysis. Hyperspectral remote sensing systems are based on the physical property that objects emit or reflect radiation at different frequencies, apart from visible light, with variable intensities as a function of their chemical-physical characteristics.
Similar to other airborne detection systems, such as photogrammetric cameras or LIDAR systems, which can be integrated with this system to provide complete information about the survey area, hyperspectral sensors are normally used together with GPS-inertial positioning systems for geo-referencing of the images produced.
Our hyperspectral camera captures images at speeds comparable to industrial equipment, guaranteeing maximum speed and precision during overflights.
Images in motion are not distorted, so, acquisition is possible at lower altitudes and higher speeds-
- Content weight: 90 g
- Small size: 75x59x33 mm
- Resolution: 1280x1024 pixels
- Horizontal Viewing Angle 37.67°
- Verticale Viewing Angle 28.75°
- Agriculture: monitoring vegetation health (NDVI) and analysis of agricultural productivity
- Hydrology: the study of coastal environments through water temperature and turbidity analysis and plankton and chlorophyll monitoring
- Geology: preliminary search of areas of oil and mining interests
- Environment: monitoring active landfills and searching for illegal ones, checking snow deposits and glaciers
- Fire prevention: identification of fire risk areas and detection of active fires
- Ecology: chlorophyll, foliar moisture, cellulose, pigments, lignin