SWIR


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SWIR

(Short Wavelength InfraRed) See infrared wavelengths.
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SWIR can be a key element: it offers enhanced safety at a competitive price.
It is here where TriEye's vision technology could have greater relevance, as Porsche believes these SWIR cameras can be manufactured at a "fraction of their current cost." That said, Porsche has maintained that it will not look to go beyond semi-autonomous vehicles, and will be happy to sit back and view the race towards Level 5 autonomy.
The company has succeeded in developing an HD SWIR camera that is a smaller size, higher resolution, and a fraction of the price of current technologies.
The company says its camera is similar in functionality to InGaAs-based SWIR cameras, which are frequently deployed in the defense and aerospace industries and are expensive, much too expensive for automotive adoption.
SWIR hyperspectral imaging imec said that semiconductor CMOS-based hyperspectral imaging filters have been integrated monolithically onto silicon-based CMOS image sensors, which have a sensitivity range from the 400- to 1,000-nm VNIR range.
A comparison of the regions reveals that most tornado-damaged surfaces exhibit a higher median reflectance in both the visible and SWIR bands and a lower reflectance in the NIR band.
As well as the ease of use bestowed by the Android operating system, the Coral CR II also works for longer, operating for seven or eight hours on a single battery and is available with a SWIR camera for longrange tasks.
UTC Aerospace Systems said it has introduced the Sensors Unlimited 320CSX, the latest in its line of MicroSWIR(TM) high performance short wave infrared (SWIR) video cameras.
[USPRwire, Fri Apr 10 2015] South America SWIR Market By Material Type (Indium Gallium Arsenide, Mercury cadmium Telluride, Indium Antimonide and Lead Sulfide), By Application and By Industry Type - Analysis and Forecast (2014-2019)
Building the Barricade and other poems of Anna Swir By Anna Swirszczynska.
The new coating products span ultraviolet (UV), visible (VIS), near-infrared (NIR), shortwave infrared (SWIR), midwave infrared (MWIR), longwave infrared (LWIR) and very longwave infrared (VLWIR) wavelengths.
False color composites, band ratios, minimum noise fraction (MNF) analyses and supervised classification was performed on the visible near infrared (VNIR) and shortwave infrared (SWIR) bands.