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April 24, 2013
Surface Optics Releases New Airborne Spectral Imaging System

SAN DIEGO, April 22, 2013—Surface Optics Corporation (www.surfaceoptics.com) released its new airborne spectral imaging system, specifically designed for ease of installation in a UAV or small aircraft. The compact system delivers real-time, research-grade results covering the 400-1,000nm wavelength range with a 640 pixel-wide swath.

The ideal spectral imaging system for applications in precision agriculture, forestry, mining or oceanography, the SOC710GX offers high performance at an affordable price. The low noise, 12-bit camera used in the system supports rapid framing, wide dynamic range, high quantum efficiency and high resolution.

At 20 cm. in length and less than 2 Kilograms, the GX is designed to be compact. A single GigE connection eases integration and coupled to SOC’s Compact Data-Recorder, can collect data continuously for more than an hour.

 

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