Hyperspectral Imaging Application

Geology

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Geology

The goal of the mining industry is to find and extract economically viable ore deposits. Iron oxide minerals are essential for the raw materials sector. In exploration secondary iron mineralization can be an indicator to an underlying mineral deposit.
In the open pit, iron ore grade and distribution mapping can lead to a close-to-mine-face separation of ore and waste materials. Iron-bearing minerals have characteristic spectral features and can be identified by the HAIP Solution products.

Common use cases

Hyperspectral Imaging Solutions

Geology

Hyperspectral camera called BlackBullet V2 manufactured by HAIP Solutions. Hyperspectral imaging systems and cameras​

BlackBullet V2

Combined RGB & HSI camera

Hyperspectral camera drone called BlackBird V2 manufactured by HAIP Solutions. Hyperspectral imaging systems and cameras​

BlackBird V2

Ready to Fly with DJI drones

Hyperspectral imaging system called BlackBox from the company HAIP Solutions

BlackBox

Standardized data acquisition

portable hyperspectral camera called BlackMobile from the company HAIP Solutions

BlackMobile

Handheld Hyperspectral Imaging

Hyperspectral camera called BlackIndustry VNIR V2 manufactured by HAIP Solutions. Hyperspectral imaging systems and cameras​

BlackIndustry VNIR V2

500-1000 nm wavelength range

Hyperspectral camera called BlackIndustry VNIR V2 manufactured by HAIP Solutions. Hyperspectral imaging systems and cameras​

BlackIndustry NIR

700-1050 nm wavelength range

Hyperspectral camera called BlackIndustry SWIR 1.7 manufactured by HAIP Solutions

BlackIndustry SWIR 1.7

900-1730 nm wavelength range

Hyperspectral camera called BlackIndustry SWIR 1.7 manufactured by HAIP Solutions

BlackIndustry SWIR 1.7 Max

900-1730 nm wavelength range

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