Headwall introduces multispectral sensor fusion for UAS

Headwall Photonics in Fitchburg, Mass., is introducing the Hyper- Core embedded computing unit for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) applications that require multispectral sensor fusion.

May 18th, 2016

Headwall Photonics in Fitchburg, Mass., is introducing the Hyper- Core embedded computing unit for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) applications that require multispectral sensor fusion. Using Hyperspec III spectral imaging software, HyperCore serves as the central connection point for remote-sensing instruments such as multiple hyperspectral sensors, LiDAR, thermal cameras, RGB instruments, and GPS/IMU units. Small size and weight combine with data processing and high-capacity storage in a processing platform for fusing hyperspectral sensing data with many other sensor payloads on the aircraft. For harsh airborne environments, HyperCore stores 500 gigabytes of incoming airborne data and features two Gigabit Ethernet connections.

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