Great Research Starts With Great Data

When you are out in the field you don’t have time to be distracted by your equipment.

Don't waste time collecting bad data

Your time in the field is precious and you want to ensure that your data is valid.  To do that you need to plan well and have the best equipment available.  There are so many variables to take into account when working outside.  Weather conditions, time of day, and sun angle.  You are constantly adjusting to the changing conditions.

The last thing you want to do is account for the variables in your field measurements.  With an SVC HR-1024i, the metadata is automatically collected.

Combine these capabilities with industry-leading spectral quality and you will be taking higher quality measurements with a high degree of confidence, making the most of your time in the field.

And it is not just us saying we have the best spectral response in the industry.  A number of scientists in universities on both sides of the Atlantic have confirmed that the SVC full range spectroradiometers provide more repeatable data.  Independent studies in the UK tested three competitive spectroradiometers and those tests revealed that the SVC HR-1024i provided the most symmetrical and even response of all three instruments tested.

SVC HR-1024i field scan 2

Compare the Leading Spectroradiometers:

SVC HR1024i ASD FieldSpec 4 SEI PSR+ 3500
Camera built-in the instrument
YES
no

no

Graphic Data Display on instrument LCD
YES
no
no
Ability to use instrument without an external computer
YES
no
YES
GPS built into the instrument
YES
no
no
Second radio for external sensor communication
YES
no
no
Built-in Inclinometer
YES
no
no
100% Array-Based Detectors
YES
no
YES
Laser targeting
YES
no
no

You want to do great research. You want to maximize your time in the field with the best spectral measurements. You want to use the SVC.

See the SVC HR-1024i for yourself.  Schedule a demo.

SVC HR-512i

To learn how to improve your field collection efficiency and data quality download our free Spectroscopy Guide