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7 October 2014 SYSIPHE system: a state of the art airborne hyperspectral imaging system: initial results from the first airborne campaign
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SYSIPHE is an airborne hyperspectral imaging system, result of a cooperation between France (Onera and DGA) and Norway (NEO and FFI). It is a unique system by its spatial sampling -0.5m with a 500m swath at a ground height of 2000m- combined with its wide spectral coverage -from 0.4μm to 11.5μm in the atmospheric transmission bands. Its infrared component, named SIELETERS, consists in two high étendue imaging static Fourier transform spectrometers, one for the midwave infrared and one for the longwave infrared. These two imaging spectrometers are closely similar in design, since both are made of a Michelson interferometer, a refractive imaging system, and a large IRFPA (1016x440 pixels). Moreover, both are cryogenically cooled and mounted on their own stabilization platform which allows the line of sight to be controlled and recorded. These data are useful to reconstruct and to georeference the spectral image from the raw interferometric images. The visible and shortwave infrared component, named Hyspex ODIN-1024, consists of two spectrographs for VNIR and SWIR based on transmissive gratings. These share a common fore-optics and a common slit, to ensure perfect registration between the VNIR and the SWIR images. The spectral resolution varies from 5nm in the visible to 6nm in the shortwave infrared. In addition, the STAD, the post processing and archiving system, is developed to provide spectral reflectance and temperature products (SRT products) from calibrated georeferenced and inter-band registered spectral images at the sensor level acquired and pre-processed by SIELETERS and Hyspex ODIN-1024 systems.
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Laurent Rousset-Rouviere, Christophe Coudrain, Sophie Fabre, Laurent Poutier, Trond Løke, Andrei Fridman, Søren Blaaberg, Ivar Baarstad, Torbjorn Skauli, and Isabelle Mocoeur "SYSIPHE system: a state of the art airborne hyperspectral imaging system: initial results from the first airborne campaign", Proc. SPIE 9249, Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications XI, 92490V (7 October 2014);


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