Analytical Technologies Singapore

Remote sensing involves the non-contact acquisition of information regarding objects or spatial areas of interest. Headwall imaging systems and sensors are deployed across various platforms, including field installations, UAVs, manned aircraft, Low-Earth-Orbit (LEO) satellites, and the International Space Station (ISS).

Passive sensing techniques like hyperspectral imaging and active methods such as Raman imaging enable detailed analysis of water bodies, land surfaces, vegetation, and atmospheric conditions with exceptional spectral and spatial resolution.

The utility of remote sensing extends to accessing and gathering data from inaccessible or hazardous regions, facilitating informed decision-making processes. It enables the assessment of environmental conditions, response to regional or local disasters, monitoring vegetation health, erosion patterns, forestry management, and land use dynamics through precise imaging, tracking, and analysis.

Drone Imaging

Co-Aligned Hyperspectral imaging Package

(400-2500nm) co-aligned VNIR and SWIR systems with LiDAR add-on

Nano- Hyperspectral imaging Package

(400-1000nm) next-generation VNIR hyperspectral imaging sensor available in Turnkey or Payload configurations

SWIR 640 Hyperspectral Imaging Package

(900-2500nm) Can be part of Turnkey system that comes with the UAV/drone or a payload for your own drone. Not compatible with LiDAR

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