AISA

Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging Systems

AISA hyperspectral systems are complete, pushbroom imaging systems, consisting of a hyperspectral sensor head, a miniature GPS/INS sensor, and a data acquisition unit in a rugged PC.  These systems are user and field friendly. They are quick to install and remove from any aircraft and they provide timely, accurate and reliable information. The systems include an in-flight configuration setting, which allows alterations to be made easily for each exercise. AISA systems provide solutions for several application fields like forestry, precision farming mineral mapping and environmental monitoring.


The Aisa family includes the following models:

 


 

AisaEAGLET for UAV's
and small aircrafts

  • VNIR 400 - 1000 nm
  • 1600 spatial pixels
  • up to 200 spectral bands
  • AisaEAGLET data sheet
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    AisaEAGLE

  • VNIR 400 - 970 nm
  • 512 or 1024 spatial pixels
  • up to 488 spectral bands
  • AisaEAGLE data sheet
  • Request a quote

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    AisaHAWK

  • SWIR 970 - 2500 nm
  • 320 spatial pixels
  • 254 spectral bands
  • AisaHAWK data sheet
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    AisaDUAL

  • Full 400 - 2500 nm
  • 320 spatial pixels
  • Up to 500 spectral bands
  • AisaDUAL data sheet
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     AisaFENIX

  • 380 - 2500 nm
  • 384 spatial pixels
  • up to 620 spectral bands
  • AisaFENIX data sheet
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  • AisaIBIS

  • 670 - 780 nm
  • 384 spatial pixels
  • Up to 1000 spectral bands
  • AisaIBIS data sheet
  • Request quote

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    AisaOWL

  • Full 8 - 12 um
  • 384 spatial pixels
  • Up to 84 spectral bands
  • AisaOWL data sheet
  • Request quote
  • Channel Systems is a distributor for Specim AISA airborne hyperspectral imaging systems.


    Features and Benefits

    • Complete turnkey systems
    • On-site training provided
    • Radiometrically calibrated and georeferenced hyperspectral data
    • Small size - Easy to install even to the smallest aircrafts
    • Easy to transport
    • High performance
    • Stable operation
    • Good spatial accuracy and spectral resolution
    • Low maintenance requirements

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