Hyperspectral Imaging

Our airborne imaging services offer hyperspectral surveys with a GPS/INS assisted sensor covering broad wavelength spectrum of 380 to 2500nm. With over 380 bands captured for every pixel in an image, and the ability to see beyond the visible spectrum, our hyperspectral services offer rapid surveys of large areas.

High spectral and sub-meter spatial resolutions, combined with expert image processing and data analysis to derive value-added geospatial products, makes it the complete package.

Contact us to discuss your requirements and to find out more about our Hyperspectral Imaging services.

Classification Abilities

What information can the spectrum tell us? All materials interact differently with light, and each one has an individual characteristic or behavior in how the light is reflected, which is called ‘reflectance.’ The reflectance of some example objects/materials can be generalized as follows:


Fast Identification
Land classification with increased level of accuracy

Vegetation Mapping
Quickly identify and analyze vegetation species, as well as health

Detect minerals, materials, and concealed targets easily

Feature Extraction
Detect changes and improve feature extraction


Environmental Surveys
Assess the quality and health of vegetation over large areas

Agriculture and Forestry
Identify optimum planting locations and pinpoint felled trees

See detail previously hidden in traditional RGB imagery

Mining, Oil, and Gas
Easily and quickly analyze surface minerals

Camera Specification

Spectrograph VNIR SWIR High-efficiency transmissive imaging spectrograph
Aperture F/2.4
Spectral range 380-970nm 970-2500nm
Spectral resolution 4.5nm 14nm
FOV 40 degrees
IFOV 0.0039 degrees
Swath width 0.73 x altitude
Altitude for 1m pixel 1400m