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Infrared hyperspectral imaging system

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Many materials encountered in outdoor environments behave like infrared grey bodies, i.e. are featureless across all wavelengths. Unlike many common materials, gases like methane (CH4) and water vapor (H2O) behave like selective absorbers/ emitters of infrared radiation. Their absorption/ emission pattern is function of wavelength (or wavenumbers). Therefore, their presence can be easily detected when looking at high spectral resolution infrared data. Hyperspectral imaging allows the recording of such spectra for each pixel.

The Airborne Platform allows the Hyper-Cam to be mounted in an airplane for advanced infrared hyperspectral mapping. By mounting two Hyper-Cam sensors on the platform, a dual band system can be obtained which allows detection and identification both in the MWIR and the LWIR.