Resonon Airborne Hyperspectral Remote Sensing System in Use Over Farmland

Airborne System

Georegistered Hyperspectral Data

Airborne Remote Sensing System

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Pika L Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Pika XC2 Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Pika NIR Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Pika L Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Pika XC2 Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Pika NIR Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Resonon Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System full kit displaying all the components

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Complete System Weights

CameraWeight (kg / lb)
Pika L1.55 / 3.41
Pika XC23.37 / 7.41
Pika NIR-3204.31 / 9.48
Pika NIR-6404.31 / 9.48

Power Requirements: 12 - 24 V; 13 - 16W operating, 23W peak

GPS/IMU Specifications

Standard ConfigurationRTK Enabled
Position Accuracy, Horizontal1.2 m0.01 m
Position Accuracy, Vertical1.5 m0.02 m
Velocity Accuracy, Horizontal0.05 m/s0.03 m/s
Velocity Accuracy, Vertical0.05 m/s0.03 m/s
Roll / Pitch0.1°0.05°
Heading0.2° Dynamic0.2° Dynamic
RTK components not included.

Calibration Options

Downwelling irradiance sensor
Downwelling Irradiance Sensor for Resonon Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System
Point spectrometer oriented upwards to monitor solar illumination during flight.
Calibration ground tarps
Calibration Ground Tarps Reflectance Chart
Fabric tarps with a known reflectance, used as a calibration standard. Placed in the scene of interest.
Radiometric calibrationLabratory measurement of imager's absolute response. Used during data post-processing to convert raw data to radiance. Included with all systems.

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