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26 October 2010 Overview of the iCATSI multi-pixels standoff chemical detection sensor and the MR-i imaging spectroradiometer
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ABB Bomem is expanding its line of infrared remote sensing products with the addition of a new imaging spectroradiometer. The instrument is modular and support several configurations. One of its configurations is a multipixels sensor optimised for differential acquisition in the VLWIR to support research related to chemical detection. In that configuration, the instrument is equipped with a dual-input telescope to perform optical background subtraction. The resulting signal is the differential between the spectral radiance entering each input port. The other configuration is a general purpose imaging spectroradiometer designed to acquire the spectral signature of rapid events and fast targets in infrared. Overview of the design and results from tests and first field trials will be presented.
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Florent Prel, Louis Moreau, Hugo Lavoie, François Bouffard, Christian Vallières, Claude Roy, and Luc Levesque "Overview of the iCATSI multi-pixels standoff chemical detection sensor and the MR-i imaging spectroradiometer", Proc. SPIE 7834, Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications VII, 783409 (26 October 2010);


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