The GaiaField hyperspectral imaging system is a wide-field ground remote sensor that uses advanced hyperspectral imaging technology.
The core of the system, the imaging spectrograph, enables the acquisition of object images and spectral information over long distances and wide areas. It serves a wide range of applications such as counterfeit research, ground object telemetry, sea water telemetry environments, growth condition monitoring, pest monitoring and a wide range of fruit and vegetable maturity monitoring.
Portable design with long-life battery, long-time outdoor measurement
GaiaField supports a wide range of applications with its hyperspectral imager using a portable and easy-to-carry design. It is also powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a long life of up to 12 hours.
GaiaField has a lineup of four models according to wavelengths: VNIR (400-1000nm), NIR (900-1700nm), and SWIR (1000-2500nm).
Hyperspectral Imaging Camera
Gaia series hyperspectral cameras, which consist of a transmission imaging spectrometer and a high-sensitivity detector, are used in a wide range of applications such as target recognition, camouflage and counterfeit research applications, environmental research fields such as terrestrial object telemetry and marine telemetry, crop growth condition monitoring, and pest and vegetable maturity monitoring for fruit