European Facility For Airborne Research April 28, 2017, 12:04
Pelican is an airborne multispectral image sensor including up to eight cameras mounted on the same platform. Each camera, dedicated to one spectral band, is equipped with a 16 millions pixels CCD array, 12 bit per pixel. A forward motion compensation is remoted by the aircraft GPS in real time which allows to use narrow filters (up to 20nm) simultaneously with a very high spatial resolution (20cm). The Pelican configuration is versatile in term of lens, filters and band number as it could be adapted to the scientist user needs. The best final product is a georeferenced multispectral image expressed in at-sensor radiance.
Analyse of the scientist user needs
Image sensor calibration laboratory
Collaboration with other laboratories: IGN, CNES (France)
|Instruments contact||DUFFAUT Joël|
|Calibration facilities contact||DUFFAUT Joël|
This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 312609