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Innovative Infrared Imaging

The midwave and longwave infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum contain rich information which can be captured by hyperspectral sensors thus enabling enhanced detection of targets of interest.

A continuous hyperspectral imaging measurement capability operated 24/7 over varying seasons and weather conditions permits the evaluation of hyperspectral imaging for detection of different types of targets in real world environments. Such a measurement site was built at Picatinny Arsenal under the Spectral and Polarimetric Imagery Collection Experiment (SPICE), where two Hyper-Cam hyperspectral imagers are installed at the Precision Armament Laboratory (PAL) and are operated autonomously since Fall of 2009. The Hyper-Cam are currently collecting a complete hyperspectral database that contains the MWIR and LWIR hyperspectral measurements of several targets under day, night, sunny, cloudy, foggy, rainy and snowy conditions.


Authors : Jean-Philippe Gagnon3, Zewdu Habte1, Jacks George1, Vincent Farley3, Pierre Tremblay3, Martin Chamberland3, Joao Romano1, and Dalton Rosario2

1) US Army Armament Research and Development RDEC, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000, USA
2) Army Research Laboratory, 2800 Powder Mill Road, Adelphi, MD 20783-1197, USA
3) Telops, Inc., 100-2600 St-Jean-Baptiste, Quebec, Qc, G2E 6J5, Canada

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