Headwall hyperspectral camera + UAV DJI S600 Pro hexacopter

The Nano Hyperspec VNIR sensor is from the category of so-called hyperspectral push-broom sensors. The image from such a sensor is composed of individual strips perpendicular to the direction of flight. Data about the scanned surface is stored based on the wavelength of reflected radiation, in a total of 273 spectral bands in wavelengths from 400 to 1000 nm. For each pixel of the image, information about the reflectance in each spectral band is thus available. The DJI M600 Pro hexacopter with a load capacity of up to 6.5 kg, which carries the hyperspectral camera, is equipped with an RTK module and a parachute to increase operational safety.


Location: Laboratory for remote Earth sensing HT003


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