Hyperspectral Imaging Applications:
Hyperspectral imaging is rapidly becoming an essential tool for tracking changes in the environment.
Resonon's airborne hyperspectral imaging systems have been used worldwide to measure surface CO2 emissions, map hydrological formations, track air pollution levels, and more. See below for details.
Resonon airborne hyperspectral system imaging hydrological formations in Greenland.
Surface pollution caused by leaking pipelines. Data acquired with a Resonon airborne hyperspectral imaging system.
CJ Keith, KS Repasky, RL Lawrence, SC Jay, JL Carlsten, Monitoring effects of a controlled subsurface carbon dioxide release on vegetation using a hyperspectral imager, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 3:5, 626-632, September 2009.
L.H. Spangler et al., A shallow subsurface controlled release facility in Bozeman, Montana, USA, for testing near surface CO2 detection techniques and transport models, Environmental Earth Sciences, 60, 227 (2010). Click here to view the article.
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