SPEKTROP

Project name: Development of imaging-spectral systems designed to remote observations.

Consignee: Ministry of Economic Affairs

Project Leader: M. Rataj

Leader of Mechanical Team: J. Grygorczuk

Participants in the project (Mechanical Team): M. Winkler, K. Seweryn, R. Wawrzaszek, R. Przybyła, M. Dobrowolski, M. Sobolewski, G. Juchnikowski

Cooperation: Bumar Sp. Z o.o.

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In 2009 Polish Ministry of Sciences and High Educations had granted SRC PAS a contract for SPEKTROP - the airborne/space IR and visible imaging systems. The main purpose of the SPEKTROP project was to develop spectral-imaging systems with modular structure, designed to work in wide spectral range (0,35µm - 20µm) and harsh environmental conditions. The systems are equipped with image stabilization system and precise spatial orientation system. The designed modules consist of imaging system (High Spatial Resolution Imaging Sensor) providing for surveillance of the desired objects, and spectral instrument (Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer) to determine objects’ physical characteristics. Within the project there were three distinctive groups (GT1 – optical, GT2 – electrical, GT3 – mechanical). The Laboratory was responsible for GT3 - mechanical design and development of the platform stabilization and vibration damping control system. The main task of the mechanical systems was to ensure the required accuracy of orientation of the optical axis during flight.

Project is co-financedby the European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Programme Innovative Economy. Moreinformation about the projectcan be found onthe website: http://spektrop.cbk.waw.pl/

 

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