[ Hyperspectral radiometric workstations for water quality and remote sensing at the ICTS (Singular Scientific-Technical Infrastructure) of the Doñana Biological Station. ]

The application that is being constructed makes it possible to acquire reflectance and incident light information in order to calibrate and validate satellite images and to obtain maps of water quality and properties among other aspects of the marshland ecosystem of the ICTS-RBD of the Doñana Biological Station – CISC.

For this purpose, and depending on the characteristic configuration, the installation of an irradiance radiometer (cosine function) is required at each measuring point/station to estimate the irradiance incident on the surface of the water (downwelling irradiance) and two radiancy, one to control the radiancy of the sky (sky radiance) and another for the ascendant from the surface of the water (upwelling radiance).

RAMSES was the first hyperspectral light sensor for use in marine research available on the market. Today, with more than a thousand devices in use worldwide, it is a world leader in the industry, and the product name “RAMSES” has become synonymous with compact, robust and reliable light measurements.

Proyect EE & ELAB. Improved energy efficiency and ICTS-RBD E-LABS
Co-financed with FEDER funding from the Operational Programme Intelligent Growth 2014-2020

RAMSES are spectral image radiometers for measuring radiation, irradiance or scalar irradiance in the UV, VIS and UV/VIS ranges. Thanks to their ultra small size and weight, as well as their low energy consumption, they are especially suitable for manual and stand-alone applications. The modular system allows a wide range of applications, such as installation on boats or platforms, portable use or autonomous measurements in remote locations. We advise you info@ecohydros.com

” Installation of irradiation measuring stations using hyperspectral RAMSES sensors at the Doñana Biological Station. “