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Mineral Mapping using Hyper spectral imaging: 0.35Micrometer to 3.0 micrometer Shaibal Ghosh 2/14/2007
Dear All,

One of our user of Flir IR cameras is working in the area of mineral mapping with Spectro radiometer in the VNIR-SWIR. To make the system faster they are looking for a Hyper-spectral based imaging technology (Camera). At present this type of sensors are used in hyper-spectral satellite imaging in the above wavelength band. They will be using this camera for field based mineral mapping in the mines.

I feel InGaAs detectors are based suited for these types of applications. I have come to know that VisGaAs detectors are based suited for the stated applications.

Hence if anyone is aware of such area of application kindly respond.

Reference paper: Extended short wavelength spectral response from InGaAs focal plane arrays. Theodore R Hoelter, Jeffrey B Barton, Indigo Systems Corporation.

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