Calgary, October 6, 2015 – Since developing its new line of hyperspectral and broadband micro-imagers earlier this year, ITRES has rebranded them to more clearly associate their spectral coverage with their long-established, high-performance counterparts, the CASI, SASI, and TABI. The names of these new micro-imagers are:
- microCASI-1920 (hyperspectral pushbroom VNIR)
- microSASI-384 (hyperspectral pushbroom SWIR)
- microTABI-640 (broadband pushframe thermal MWIR)
ITRES has used its 36-year experience in developing its full suite of high-performance airborne imagers into bringing these three new UAV- and industrial-imaging sensors to market.
Each micro imager is under 2kg in weight. Like their full sized siblings, each accepts inputs attitude and position input (in this case from a MEMS inertial system) and the resulting georeferenced data are compatible with Lidar datasets. Ground-based applications for these imagers may use motorized scanning tripod platforms in addition to incorporating them in machine-vision applications.