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Multispectral Imaging, Detection and Active Reflectance (MiDAR)

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Multispectral Imaging, Detection and Active Reflectance (MiDAR)
MiDAR is capable of imaging objects from kilometers away in complete darkness, or with ambient light, at 4 MP with 90 color channels or up to 1500 color channels per second at reduced resolution. Such a system enables multispectral video at high frame-rates and has broad applicability to remote sensing from aircraft as well as robotic explorers operating in light-limited environments, such as those beyond Earth orbit. The goal of the project is to enable a 5-Channel TRL6 UAV demonstration of MiDAR and a 32-Channel TRL4 demonstration of MiDAR in laboratory. More »

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