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HySpex by NEO Selected as Supplier for Hyperspectral Camera for In-Orbit Servicing Mission

HySpex by NEO, a leading provider of advanced hyperspectral imaging solutions, has been chosen by a private company as the supplier for a cutting-edge hyperspectral camera to be utilized in an upcoming inorbit servicing mission. Leveraging its expertise in hyperspectral technology, HySpex will deliver a bespoke solution tailored specifically for the mission.

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The application of the HySpex NIR camera marks a significant advancement in commercial space technology solutions, offering enhanced capabilities for monitoring and managing satellites and their payloads.

After rigorously testing COTS systems from several hyperspectral imaging (HSI) suppliers, the company selected HySpex for the next stage of their ambitious project. The testing phase involved a comprehensive evaluation of performance, reliability, and adaptability among the various HSI suppliers and HySpex emerged as the preferred choice. The partnership is a significant step forward in advancing space-grade sensors tailored for specific applications, with a focus on minimizing modifications for seamless integration and reducing time to launch.

"We are thrilled to be selected as the supplier for this groundbreaking project," said Lars Lierstuen, CTO at NEO. "This collaboration underscores our commitment to pushing the boundaries of hyperspectral imaging technology and contributing to advancements in space exploration."

The selection of HySpex underscores the company's reputation for delivering high-quality, customized solutions for diverse applications across industries. With a track record of excellence and innovation, HySpex continues to be at the forefront of the hyperspectral imaging industry, driving progress and enabling new possibilities in space exploration.

The launch of the HySpex camera is slated for 2025. Its aim is to enhance monitoring and detection capabilities in the ever-growing space environment. The HSI camera covers the wavelength range from 950-1700 nm and provides 640 spatial pixels in the cross-track direction, 360 spectral channels, and 4.38nm spectral sampling.

For more information about HySpex and its range of hyperspectral imaging solutions, please visit the HySpex website

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