HySpex is exhibiting at the Photonics West show in San Francisco. Visit our booth
Visit the HySpex booth (1209) at the AGU fall meeting 2017, for a live demo of HySpex Mjolnir in field configuration, a chat and some chocolate.
Photonex hyperspectral meeting in Coventry.
Pro-Lite booth with HySpex equipment at Photonex in Coventry.
HySpex at INTERGEO - visit our booth (C4.062) to see our systems and join the live demo of Mjolnir V-1240 Thursday 28.09.2017 @ 15:00.
HySpex UAV demo in Warsaw
Ready for a UAV flight and processing session starting at 13:00
Booth at SPIE conference in Warsaw.
HySpex does not only make the Toughest cameras, we are also the Toughest on the track
HySpex at the UAV Expo in Brussels.
HySpex booth at ICNIRS 2017 in Copenhagen.
EARSeL SIG in Zürich
HySpex exhibiting at SPIE DCS. Visit us for product information and demo data. Booth 353.
HySpex exhibiting at SPIE Photonics West 2017
Visit us at Photonics West 2017 - Booth 4668
HySpex at Photonics West
HySpex will be exhibiting at Photonics West. Visit us at booth 4668 for a live demo of HySpex VNIR-1800 and SWIR-384.
HySpex at AGU Fall Meeting 2016. Visit us at booth 1332.
HySpex rocking with Perception Park at VISION2016
Successful Demo in China today. UAV flight, post-processing and classification of hyperspectral data demonstrated.
Demo completed. Now working in Hotel Lobby...
Cooperation with Wonwoo Systems Co.,LTD
Wonwoo Systems Co.,LTD appointed as HySpex representative in South Korea
HySpex is happy to announce that Wonwoo Systems Co., LTD has been appointed as HySpex representatives in South Korea.We look forward to cooperating with our new best friends in Korea.
HySpex at ANISG 2016 April 20-22
HySpex at the 17th ANISG
HySpex will be represented by Raymax at the 17th Australian Near Infrared Spectroscopy Group (ANISG) conference, co-hosted with the New Zealand Near Infrared Spectroscopy Society (NZNIRSS) .
Join us for a live demo of HySpex systems.
Meet us at SPIE DCS in Baltimore April 19-22
HySpex at DCS 2016
HySpex at EGU 2016 April 17-22
HySpex at EGU 2016 April 17-22
HySpex and SphereOptics to exhibit at EGU 2016.
HySpex Mjolnir Demo
HySpex Mjolnir Demo — Toulouse, April 4th 2016
HySpex invites you to join us for a live demo of a Hyperspectral Imaging System, featuring the all new HySpex Mjolnir UAV camera and Camflight FX8HL robot.
HySpex Mjolnir is a dedicated UAV solution, providing scientific grade hyperspectral data in the spectral region 400-1000 nm.
Bygg Control’s Camflight multi-rotor drones are stabilized by gyros, GPS, compass and height sensor, which allows them to hold their position and fly with great accuracy.The flight time is approximately 30 minutes with HySpex Mjolnir as payload.
HySpex at SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing April 4-7
HySpex at SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing
HySpex and ATOS India will exhibit at the conference.
Join us for a live demo of HySpex systems.
HySpex welcomes MS Spektral and Optoprim
Meet ut as the Skytech 2016 UAV conference in London on January 27th-28th
NEO will showcase the new HySpex Mjolnir-1024 scientific grade hyperspectral camera forUAVs at the Skytech 2016 conference in London. SkyTech is a two-day B2B tradeshow for the commercial UAS industry. Now in its second year SkyTech will include an exhibition, 3 conferences, workshops, product launches, live demonstrations and marketing opportunities for the commercial UAS community. SkyTech covers UAS usage across a range of markets including construction, agriculture, utilities, infrastructure, energy, mining, oil & gas, emergency services, surveying, mapping and security.
Click here for more information:Skytech 2016
NEO and Applanix introduce scientific hyperspectral imaging solution for small UAVs
The HySpex Mjolnir-1024 is NEO's new hyperspectral camera for UAV applications. It is a complete turnkey solution for producing high-quality georeferenced scientific data, meaning it includes the hyperspectral camera, a powerful computer, the Applanix APX-15 UAV (GNSS-Inertial component) inside asmall chassis that weighs less than 4.5kg in total. With rugged design, various downlink capabilities, good thermal and mechanical stability, it is ideal for awide range of UAV applications.
Meet us at the AGU fall meeting in San Francisco on Dec. 14th-18th
We will exhibit at the AGU Fall meeting at the Moscone Convention Center in December and hope to meet many of our existing and new partners and clients in the geophysical community. Please stop by our booth for a chat if you are there!
HySpex distributor seminar on Oct. 7th and 8th
NEO has been hosting a very enthusiastic and competent group of distributors from Asia, Europe, Australia and America for a two-day seminar to get to learn about the latest HySpex product developments and applications. The seminar contained both theoretical sessions as well as hands-on training on the products along with introduction of new products and discussions of market trends. The highlight of the seminar was the sucessful demo flight of the new UAV system, Mjolnir-1024.
Successful flight campaign with HySpex ODIN-1024 in the SYSIPHE project
NEO is proud to announce that the ODIN-1024 has been deployed successfully for an extensive military flight campaign in France on Aug 17th to Sept. 4th 2015 under the context of the SYSIPHE project.
UAV Product launch at SPIE Remote Sensing/Security+Defense in Toulouse on September 21st-24th
Meet us at the Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis in Toulouse for our product launch of the scientific grade hyperspectral imaging system for UAVs, the Mjolnir-1024. For more information about the system, check the Mjolnir-1024 product page:
Successful certification and acceptance flights for ODIN-1024
SYSIPHE is a new airborne hyperspectral imaging system for the VNIR-SWIR-MWIR-LWIR range and is the outcome of a close cooperation between France (ONERA and DGA) and Norway (NEO and FFI). The VNIR and SWIR part of the system has been developed by NEO and is named Hyspex ODIN-1024.
Successful certification and acceptance flights have taken place in Germany and France on DLR's DO-228 aircraft in August and September 2013.
HySpex ODIN-1024 is a next generation airborne hyperspectral imager, covering the spectral range from 400 to 2500 nm.
Where conventional hyperspectral imagers require two separate sensors to cover the full spectral range from 400 to 2500 nm, HySpex Odin assures perfect co-registration between 1024 spatial pixels for VNIR and SWIR by employing a novel common fore-optics design with a single aperture. In the SWIR range, the data is resolved with 1024 spatial pixels, whereas the VNIR data is available to the user with a resolution of 2048 or 1024 spatial pixels.
In addition to the extreme resolution, the unique design provides high sensitivity and low noise, as well as low spatial and spectral misregistration (smile and keystone).
HySpex ODIN-1024 includes real-time data processing functionalities such as real-time georeferencing and anomaly detection in the acquired hyperspectral data. It also features a built-in on-board calibration system to monitor the stability of the instrument.
The majority of current high-end pushbroom hyperspectral cameras are designed and manufactured with a focus on minimizing misregistration errors in hardware. As an alternative means to minimize misregistration, HySpex ODIN resamples the hyperspectral VNIR data in a postprocessing step and allows the optics to be optimized for resolution and light gathering capability. The resulting output data is superior in terms of resolution, misregistration, and light gathering capability.
Read more about the resampling technique in an article on the subject, written by the R&D team at NEO, here.
NEO has partnered with Telops and can offer Hyperspectral Solutions for the VNIR-SWIR-MWIR-LWIR spectrum.
NEO is pleased to announce it has established a business partnership with Telops.
The two companies are research oriented within the field of electro optics and are leading manufacturers of advanced electro optical products for the international market. Each have developed complementary high end hyperspectral imaging systems which can be used to detect and identify substances or targets that have a known infrared spectrum. NEO has developed the HySpex line of hyperspectral imaging systems which covers wavelengths ranging from 0.4µm to 2.5 µm (VNIR and SWIR) whereas the Telops Hyper-Cam line of hyperspectral imaging systems covers wavelengths ranging from 1.5 µm to 5 µm and from 7.7 µm to 11.8 µm. Both of these systems can be used in an airborne or ground based configuration for laboratory, field and industrial applications
‘‘We look forward to working with such an enthusiastic company. Our complementary imaging technologies will definitely enable us to respond to new opportunities and expand our reach to new hyperspectral imaging users’’ says Jacques Brochu, Sales and Marketing Director at Telops. “We are very pleased with the new agreement with Telops that will enable us to offer products to existing and new customers that will cover the whole spectral range for Hyperspectral Imagers, and as the products are complementary we believe that the new cooperation will benefit both companies.”, says Peter Kaspersen, Managing Director of Norsk Elektro Optikk AS.
Visit us at the 5th WHISPERS
NEO to exhibit at the 5th Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS) in Gainesville, Florida, USA.
Visit us at SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing 2013
NEO to exhibit at the SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing 2013 (DSS) in Baltimore, USA.
Visit us at the XVI SBSR
NEO and Quimbaya Resources Exploration to exhibit at the XVI Brazilian Remote Sensing Symposium (SBSR).
Visit us at Icon PF13
NEO and Mapping Solutions to exhibit at the Institute of Conservation's "Positive Futures in an Uncertain World" Conference Icon PF13.
Join us at the 8th EARSeL Imaging Spectrometry Workshop
NEO will exhibit at the 8th EARSeL Imaging Spectrometry Workshop in Nantes, France.
Join us for new workshop
Mapping Solutions to hold free workshop on Hyperspectral Art Conservation and Restoration. Register here.
HySpex hyperspectral scan of “The Scream” (1893).
The HySpex group at NEO is proud to announce that a very successful hyperspectral scan has been performed on Edvard Munch’s most famous painting “The Scream” (1893) at the National Museum in Oslo. The work was done in collaboration with Colorlab at Gjøvik University College and the conservation department at the National Museum.
The SWIR-320m-e camera was operated in two different configurations, yielding a spatial resolution of¨0.29mm on the painting. The VNIR-1600 camera was configured to give a spatial resolution on the painting of ~0.2mm as well as an extraordinary 0.06mm (with full spectral resolution).
A two-axis computer-controlled translation stage has been integrated with the instrument software, enabling precise scanning of the camera and illumination source across the entire painting of size 91 x 73.5 cm.NEO has developed a special broadband light source, providing a line illumination with good uniformity and high intensity across the whole 400-2500nm range, which was gave a very good signal level. Custom designed polarizers were employed to avoid specular reflections from the painting surface.
Data from a large calibrated grey reflectance reference target and a Macbeth Colorchecker were also acquired as reference data for normalization and conversion to reflectance.
The sensitivity and speed of the instrument allowed scanning of a wide variety of configurations in just one day, including VNIR and SWIR scans at 1m as well as 30cm working distance, both with and without polarizers.The scan speed, ease of setup and configuration is essential in order for the technology to achieve more widespread use in museums and conservation labs.
This is probably the most detailed (spatially, spectrally and radiometrically) acquisition ever performed in the field of spectral analysis of cultural heritage objects in general and paintings in particular.
The setup is similar to the system that has been in operation at the C2RMF research lab at the Louvre Museum since 2010.
Several scientific publications and conference contributions are expected in the months ahead.
Visit us at AGU Fall Meeting 2012
HySpex to exhibit at the AGU Fall Meeting 2012.
Visit us at SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing
HySpex to exhibit at SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing in Kyoto, Japan.
Visit us at IGARSS 2012
SphereOptics to exhibit at IGARSS 2012 in Munich. Visit booth 6 for a live demo of a HySpex system.
Visit us at WHISPERS 2012
NEO to exhibit at WHISPERS 2012, the 4th Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing, in Shanghai.
Visit us at BiOS 2012
NEO to exhibit at the BiOS 2012. Visit us at booth #8203 for a live demo of HySpex systems.
HySpex system delivered to DLR
DLR visits NEO and completes acceptance test of HySpex system.
Read more about their system here.
Visit us at AGU Fall Meeting 2011
NEO to exhibit at the AGU Fall Meeting 2011. Visit us at booth 1554 for a live demo of HySpex systems.
Visit us at SPIE Remote Sensing 2011
SphereOptics to exhibit at SPIE Remote Sensing 2011. Visit booth 35 for a live demo of a HySpex VNIR Field system
SphereOptics new HySpex representative
We are happy to announce that we have signed a distributor agreement with SphereOptics for sales of HySpex in Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Switzerland.
Visit us at SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing 2012
NEO to exhibit at the SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing 2012. Visit us at booth #1404 for a live demo of HySpex systems.
Visit us at NIR 2011
NEO to exhibit and attend the 15th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy, NIR 2011.
Visit us at EARSeL SIG Imaging Spectroscopy workshop
NEO will exhibit and present at the 7th EARSeL SIG Imaging Spectroscopy workshop.
HySpex at the Louvre
New HySpex system installed at C2RMF Musée du Louvre. Click the link to read more about the new setup designed for hyperspectral imaging of art.
Visit us at SPIE Photonics West 2011
NEO to exhibit and present at SPIE Photonics West 2011. Julio Hernandez will present his work on a hyperspectral imaging system capable of imaging biological samples in low light conditions (talk 7891-29).
Visit us at GRSG AGM 2010
NEO to exhibit and hold workshop at the 2010 Annual General Meeting of the Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG AGM 2010).
Visit us at GeoTunis 2010
NEO and Mapping Solutions Ltd. to exhibit and hold workshop at GeoTunis 2010.
Join us for new workshop
Mapping Solutions Ltd. to hold workshop in the GIS centre in Quatar, and in Sultan Qabos University in Oman.
Visit us at Photonex 2010
Mapping Solutions Ltd. to exhibit and demonstrate HySpex VNIR-1600 in a lab/field configuration at Photonex 2010.
KLV Co. Ltd. new HySpex representative
We are happy to announce that we have signed an agency agreement with KLV Co. Ltd. for sale of HySpex in Japan.
Visit us at the 4th HYPER-I_NET
NEO to attend and present at the 4th HYPER-I-NET summer school “Calibration, Essential for Accurate Data".
Visit us at RSPSoc2010
NEO and Mapping Solutions Ltd. to exhibit and demonstrate HySpex VNIR-1600 in a lab/field configuration at RSPSoc 2010.
Visit us at the Norwegian Symposium on Chemometrics
The 21st Norwegian Symposium on Chemometrics: NEO will be present with a small exhibition and oral presentation by Julio Hernandez.
Visit ut at WHISPERS
NEO to exhibit and attend the 3rd Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing, WHISPERS 2011.