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Teledyne Dalsa Secures Contract

EuroPhotonics
Mar 2012
Teledyne Dalsa of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, has received a contract from Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. of Guildford, UK, to develop a multispectral sensor for an advanced Earth observation application. The multimillion-dollar project is expected to begin delivering high-resolution images in 2014 and will be part of the DMC3 series of satellites.


GLOSSARY
multispectral imaging
Multispectral Imaging: Creation of an image where each pixel contains more than three spectral data points, typically four to 20. This is contrasted with a standard color camera that only captures three spectral data points (called RGB), or hyperspectral cameras, which capture hundreds of spectral data points. Traditional multispectral cameras captured four data points: RGB and an NIR band. Nowadays multispectral cameras are available as commercial off-the-shelf products, with 12 custom bands...
AmericasCanadaDMC International ImagingDMC3 satellite constellationearth imagingearth observation technologyEnglandEuro NewsEuropeimagingmultispectral imagingmultispectral sensorsNewssatellite technologySensors & DetectorsSurrey Satellite Technology LimitedTeledyne DalsaTeledyne Technologies

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