Aeromao Inc, has delivered an Aeromapper 300 customized and ready for the Nano-Hyperspectral camera from Headwell Photonics to the University of Brasilia, in Brazil.
Since the initial approval was granted the custom integration was performed in a record time of only a few weeks.
When it comes to finding a UAV dependable enough to trust such an expensive sensor, the Aeromappers are the obvious choice thanks to its affordability, dependability, ease of use, parachute recovery and a great level of support.
The Nano hyperspectral camera is fully enclosed into the payload bay, meaning that the sensor is very well protected by the carbon fiber/Kevlar pod of the aircraft. A quick swappable mount is provided so the aircraft can be also used normally with other sensors such as the RGB 24 Mp camera included.
The Headwall’s Nano-Hyperspec® sensor is a completely integrated hyperspectral camera designed for the VNIR (400-1000nm) spectral range, with interchangeable lens capability. A key advantage of the Nano-Hyperspec is that it also includes 480GB of on-board data collection/storage, plus attached GPS/IMU functionality.
– Spatial bands: 640
– Spectral bands: 270
– Frame rate: 350 Hz (maximum)
– Dispersion per pixel (nm/pixel): 2.2
– Lens options: 17mm, 4.8mm, 8mm, 12mm
– Storage: 480 GB
– Interface: Gigabit ethernet
– Weight: 520 grs (excluding lens)
For more information on the Aeromapper
300 go here
For more information on the Nano-Hyperespec go here
The Nano hyperspectral imagery can be used for blah blah (from video)
Aeromao Inc. is the Canadian leading UAV manufacturer since 2011, developer of the Aeromapper series of turnkey unmanned aerial vehicles for mapping, surveying, precision agriculture and remote sensing.
With exports to more than 50 countries, Aeromao Inc. offers a future-proof line of products that adapt very quickly to market demands and to unique client’s applications, where no other UAV manufacturer goes. From wildlife monitoring in the Artic to water quality monitoring in Saskatchewan, to urban mapping in Thailand, the Aeromappers are currently being used by private companies, research organizations, universities and government agencies all over the globe for a wide variety of applications.