Arsenic toxicity of humans due to consumption of arsenic-contaminated rice is an international health crisis. Arsenic is often supplied through water from shallow wells used for irrigation of rice. Reduced soil conditions present in flooded rice fields enable the arsenic to be converted to a form that is easily taken-up by the plants. Arsenic levels […]
- On September 10, 2013 Read More
Announcing the release of the SOC716 Full Motion Video Spectral Imaging system. FMV-SI simultaneously captures and process all three dimensions of a spectral cube at 60Hz video rates through a novel, plenoptic based design. Systems are available in the UV (300-500nm), SWIR (1000-1700nm), and VNIR (450-950 nm) spectral ranges.
- On July 31, 2013 Read More
Environmental and remote sensing scientists at UC Berkeley are utilizing SOC710-VP ground spectral imaging data, along with airborne and satellite data in a geospatial context for revising and improving the Berkeley Emission Estimation System (EES).
- On July 10, 2013 Read More
University of Connecticut marine science Ph.D. students Brandon Russell and Eric Heupel took the SOC710-VP hyperspectral imaging system aboard the 72-foot Sea Dragon research vessel last month, during an expedition to the Sargasso Sea off the Islands of Bermuda.
- On June 28, 2013 Read More