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Development of a standalone solar tracking hyperspectral sensor platform
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Poster Title: Development of a standalone solar tracking hyperspectral sensor platform
Submitted on 07 Nov 2017
Author(s): Dieter Vansteenwegen (VLIZ), Kevin Ruddick (RBINS), André Cattrijsse (VLIZ), Thanos Gkritzalis (VLIZ), Dimitry Van der Zande (RBINS)
Affiliations: VLIZ
This poster was presented at HIGHROC
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Abstract: Design of new algorithms for the processing of hyperspectral satellite images requires reliable ground truth data. To acquire these measurements we are creating a self-reliant, modular sensor platform that can autonomously collect and process hyperspectral spectroradiometer measurements while tracking the movement of the sun. Users can change measurement parameters remotely, obviating difficult or expensive on-site visits.Summary: Development of a standalone solar tracking hyperspectral sensor platformReport abuse »
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