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  • HyperScan Sensor
Mar 2008
Opto-Knowledge Systems Inc. (OKSI)Request Info
For Stationary and Airborne Applications
TORRANCE, Calif., March 4, 2008 -- HyperScan is a pushbroom hyperspectral sensor for both stationary and airborne applications, according to its manufacturer, Opto-Knowledge Systems Inc. (OKSI).

The system combines an imaging spectrometer, thermoelectrically cooled CCD camera, and intelligent control software to give 1.3 nm of spectral resolution in the 400- to 1000-nm range, with ranges of 900 to 1700 nm and 1000 to 2500 nm also available, OKSI said.

HyperScan.jpgAdditional HyperScan features include spectral binning, ROI (region of interest) control, high-resolution scanning mirror (operating in stare-scan and continuous-scan modes for ground-based applications), versatile mounting configurations, and interchangeable apochromatic lenses.

Flight configurations include GPS, AHARS (attitude heading and reference system), altimeter, and complete data acquisition control, according to the company.

For more information, visit:; e-mail:

Opto-Knowledge Systems Inc.
19805 Hamilton Ave.
Torrance, CA 90502
Phone: (310) 756-0520
Fax: (310) 756-0511


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