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Development of a standalone solar tracking hyperspectral sensor platform
Vansteenwegen, D.; Ruddick, K.; Cattrijsse, A.; Gkritzalis, T.; Van der Zande, D. (2017). Development of a standalone solar tracking hyperspectral sensor platform. Poster presented at the HIGHROC Science Conference, 7 -9 November 2017, Brussels. Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ)/Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (KBIN): Oostende, Brussel. 1 poster pp.

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    The Hypermaq research project aims to develop new processing algorithms for hyperspectral images, with a focus on satellite imagery. The aim is to develop methods to determine spatial and temporal information not just on suspended particle and chlorophyll a concentration but also on particle size and composition of suspended particulate matter in coastal waters, as well as phytoplankton and benthic community composition. The present poster describes the instrument development work to design a pointing and control system for hyperspectral radiometers as needed for the validation of satellite data.

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