This hybrid variant of the VNIR CASI-1500 (Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager) maintains the performance edge of the original sensor, but features a smaller and lighter design that also eliminates the need for a separate instrument controller.

The new hyperspectral CASI-1500H has been reduced in size by ~70% (by volume) from the original CASI-1500 sensor +controller, in addition to being ~20% lighter. The performance specifications of the instrument have not been degraded. All system control, optical, readout, and recording functions have been consolidated into a single portable unit to further simplify installation in smaller aircraft.

CASI-1500H (Hybrid VNIR with integrated electronics) – Hyperspectral, programmable, up to 288 bands 380-1050nm spectral range (continuous) 1500 across-track imaging pixels FOV / IFOV: 40° / 0.49 milliradians Size: 53cm H x 30cm W x 38cm D (21”x 11.75” x 15”)


The CASI-1500 is a visible near Infrared (VNIR) sensor which offers an impressive 1500 pixels across its field of view, allowing you to image a vast area with a single pass, or achieve spatial resolutions as high as 25 cm using a standard fixed-wing aircraft.

ITRES has given this camera an extraordinary sensor array, plus amazing custom optics to provide you with razor sharp focus and superior sensitivity across the entire spectrum. Now you can operate under low light conditions and still acquire superb imagery.


The finest hyperspectral SWIR imaging system available today, ITRES’ SASI-1000A offers 100 bands of low noise, high fidelity imagery over the short-wave infrared spectrum.

The custom precision optics provide perfect focus across the entire spectrum. Sensitivity is preserved and infrared backscatter (which so often plague other SWIR instruments) is virtually eliminated.


The MASI-600 is the first commercially available Midwave hyperspectral sensor designed specifically for airborne use. As with all of our sensors, the MASI-600 has custom designed optics which provide extremely sharp imagery and precise spectral resolution. This sensor also has a high signal to noise ratio due to the stirling cycle cooled MCT (mercury cadmium telluride) detector.

With a spectral range of 3 to 5 microns, and 64 channels, this 640 pixel sensor provides the most advanced midwave imagery available today.



The TABI-1800 is a thermal broadband imager which follows the same philosophy as the TABI-320 while offering new technologies which improve sensitivity and increase the swath from 320 pixels to 1800 pixels.

TABI-1800 has excellent sensitivity due to its stirling cycle cooled MCT (mercury cadmium telluride) detector, allowing users to distinguish temperature differences as low as one tenth of a degree while diminishing thermal drift as compared to bolometer-based systems. This new imager’s 1800-pixel swath allows users to map large areas in a very small time frame.


Search a wider area, faster, at high resolution (eg. at 20 cm resolution: cover 344 km x 360 m (~123km2) per hour @ 180 knots).

The TSR-1800’s automated thermal anomaly detection is made possible by the TABI imager’s high temperature and spatial resolution capabilities. Flying low (~500 m or 1627 feet above ground level) achieves a small ground footprint (20 cm) for each pixel. Flying 150 m or 488’ AGL leads to 6 cm pixels.

Searches can also be conducted at high ground speeds (170-300 knots).

The TSR-1800 automatically adjusts its search parameters every minute based on changing aircraft speeds to optimize target detection.

Wide swath coverage is provided by the imager’s 1800 across-track pixels, meaning that while flying at ~1000’ AGL (12 cm resolution) the imaged track on the ground is ~220 m (722’).

TSR-1800 Home Page


The TASI-600 is the only commercially available pushbroom hyperspectral thermal sensor system designed specifically for airborne use, and still the best.

Available in either a 32 or 64 spectral channel configuration, with a spectral range of 8 to 11.5 microns, and featuring 600 spatial pixels, it is well suited to numerous critical applications including mining exploration, geophysical mapping, and landmine & ordnance detection.

The TASI-600 is distinguished from other thermal sensors in two important ways:

  1. It is a “mapping sensor”, so that every pixel in your thermal image is referenced with geographic coordinates and an elevation value.
  2. It is “Hyperspectral”. Instead of offering a single gray scale image covering the entire thermal spectrum, the TASI provides 32 spectral bands so that you’ll be able to view your thermal image in “Hyper-Colour”.

With the TASI, instead of receiving only a relative measure of temperatures, you can determine emmisivity values and absolute temperatures. You can also identify materials, such as rock types, soil classes, metals, plastics and other man-made materials. Also, thermal radiation will be visible through low density materials, so that the TASI allows you to “see through” vegetation and thin ground coverings.

We are currently developing an application to detect and identify buried landmines under various conditions. Please feel free to ask for
more information.

Our TASI sensor benefits from the same superior optical design technology as our SASI-600 and CASI-1500. It provides excellent focus and an optical spot size smaller than 1 pixel at 90% photon energy for all spectral channels. The same design technology also ensures low distortion – better than 0.5 pixels for both spectral smile and keystone.


Small form factor, 288 channel, programmable, μCASI-1920 wide array hyperspectral pushbroom VNIR imager

Portable Air/Ground Hyperspectral VNIR Imager (0.4–1.0?m)
Self-Contained Camera & Data Recording
288 Spectral Channels
36.6° FOV, 1920 Spatial Imaging Pixels
Cutom Fore-Optics Available
Optional GPS/IMU
Internal Calibration System
Easy Lidar Integration
Remote Operation via R/F Link or Autonomous via Waypoints
Precision Data Time Stamping to External Devices
API Available


Small form factor, hyperspectral pushbroom SWIR imager

Portable Air/Ground hyperspectral SWIR Imager (1.0–2.5 microns)
40° FOV, 384 Spatial Imaging Pixels
Custom Fore-Optics Available
Diffraction-Limited Optics Across Spectrum
Self-Contained Camera and Data Recording
Optional GPS/IMU
Easy Lidar Integration
Remote Operation via R/F Link or Autonomous via Waypoints
Precision Data Time Stamping to External Devices
API Available


Small form factor, broadband, wide array, pushframe thermal imager

Portable Air/Ground Broadband TIR Imager (3.7–4.8?m)
26.99 x 21.73° FOV, 640 Spatial Imaging Pixels
Custom Fore-Optics Available
High Thermal Resolution
Wide Speed Range, Ultra-High Spatial Resolution
Internal Blackbody Calibration Source
Optional GPS/IMU
Easy Lidar Integration
Remote Operation via R/F Link or Autonomous via Waypoints
Precision Data Time Stamping to External Devices
API Available