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Telops has developed the Hyper-Cam, a rugged and compact infrared hyperspectral imager. The Hyper-Cam is based on the Fourier-transform technology yielding high spectral resolution and enabling high accuracy radiometric calibration. The Hyper-Cam has been used on the ground in several field campaigns, including the demonstration of standoff chemical agent(More)
Airborne hyperspectral ground mapping is being used in an ever-increasing extent for numerous applications in the military, geology and environmental fields. The different regions of the electromagnetic spectrum help produce information of differing nature. The visible, near-infrared and shortwave infrared radiation (400 nm to 2.5 µm) has been mostly used(More)
The surface fluxes of several important radiatively active gases, including H 2 O, CO 2 , CH 4 , N 2 O, O 3 , and the chlorofluorocarbons CFC11 and CFC12, were simulated with the radiation band models from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) community climate model 3 (CCM3), the single-column community atmospheric model (SCAM), and the(More)
Recently, DRDC Valcartier has been investigating longwave hyperspectral imaging (HSI) remote sensing techniques using airborne sensors. There is currently an initiative to test the commercially available ground-based Hyper-Cam HSI system, developed by Telops, on a stabilized airborne platform with an integrated image motion compensation capability. The(More)
Recently, DRDC Valcartier has been investigating novel ground-based longwave hyperspectral imaging (HSI) remote sensing techniques. Specific projects include the development of a new ground-based sensor called MoDDIFS (Multi-Option Differential Detection and Imaging Fourier Spectrometer), which is a leading edge infrared (IR) hyperspectral imaging (HSI)(More)