Airborne Remote Sensing System
Photos of Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging Systems
Complete System Weights
CameraStandard GPS/IMU (kg / lb)High Precision GPS/ IMU (Dual Antenna) (kg / lbs)
Pika L1.55 / 3.411.69 / 3.71
Pika XC23.37 / 7.413.50 / 7.71
Pika NIR-3204.31 / 9.484.45 / 9.78
Pika NIR-6404.31 / 9.484.45 / 9.78
Power Requirements: 12 - 24 V; 13 - 16W operating, 23W peak
Downwelling irradiance sensor
Point spectrometer oriented upwards to monitor solar illumination during flight.
Calibration ground tarps
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.
Standard UnitHigh-Precision Option (Dual Antenna)
Accuracy, SBAS (m)0.60.6
Accuracy, Pitch (deg)0.20.1
Accuracy, Roll (deg)0.20.1
Accuracy, Heading (deg)1.00.2
Weight (kg / lbs)0.05 / 0.100.18 / 0.40
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