Hyperspectral Radiometer Systems

Hyperspectral Radiometer systems applications for free-falling optical profilers and above water systems
   • Bio-optical algorithm development and modelling   
   • Satellite calibration and validation
   • Environmental monitoring
   • Estimations of water leaving radiance, remote sensing reflectance, dissolved organic matter, suspended sediments, and chlorophyll
 

Satlantic Free-falling Optical Profiler
A versatile platform for measuring the apparent optical properties of the ocean and designed to interchange Satlantic's hyperspectral or multispectral optical sensors.
Designed for extremely fast sampling rate in above-water measurements.
Designed for extremely fast sampling rate in above-water measurements of ocean colour using Satlantic's multispectral or hyperspectral digital optical sensors.
Hyperspectral radiometers, with a calibrated range of 350 - 800 nm and fully characterized cosine response, are designed to be mounted on real-time profilers, coastal and deep water buoys, autonomous underwater vehicles, research vessels and airplanes.
A combination of precision optics and high performance microelectornics
A combination of precision optics and high performance microelectronics which can be operated as a stand-alone device or in a networked environment as a part of a larger system.
A versatile platform for measuring the apparent optical properties of shallow water and designed to interchange Satlantic's hyperspectral or multispectral optical sensors.
Provides highly accurate measurements of PAR (400–700 nm) in all aquatic environments.
SAS Solar Tracker
The SAS Solar Tracker works in conjunction with the Surface Acquisition System (SAS) (measures above-water ocean colour) to maintain the correct pointing angle with respect to the sun, and thus permits autonomous operation.
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