About

JB Hyperspectral Devices is a start-up company founded in 2016 and based in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The prime focus of our work is the design and production of advanced hyperspectral field instruments. Our business is devoted to providing researchers with an avenue for the reliable, accurate and long-term measurement of sun-induced-fluorescence.

Other environmental variables that JB´s systems have been used to monitor include water quality, snow optical properties and plant phenology.

Aside the manufacturing, an established international collaboration with universities, research centres and space agencies, constantly expanding our portfolio by facing new frontiers in the development of technology and applications.

 

Jb Hyperspectral Team Andreas Burkart

Andreas Burkart

PhD

As a versatile scientist and head of the Research & Development team, Andreas Burkart’s expertise ties together multiple fields, ranging from plant research to applied remote sensing and technological development.

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Jb Hyperspectral Team Tommaso Julitta

Tommaso Julitta

PhD

As the managing director, Tommaso Julitta leads the company through close customer contact, field maintenance trips and the supervision of data processing, whilst simultaneously paving the path for the future visions of JB.

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Paul Näthe

Master of Science

Bringing together a broad technological background and a passion for scientific puzzles, Paul Näthe leads technical deployments in the field, as well as instrument-assembly and the development of prototypes.

Jb Hyperspectral Team: Miro, Head of Production

Miro

Head of Production

Heading production, Miro brings his expertise in the assembly of fine electronics together with high-grade craftmanship to assemble instruments of outstanding quality and performance.

Collaborators

JB Hyperspectral Devices expertise is not limited to our permanent staff. To cover all of our customer needs, we have a team of professional collaborators that support special projects with their unique capabilities.

Kai Wittneben

UAV Development and Deployment

Thomas Burkart

High Level Computer Aided Design

Anke Groten

Product and Event Photography

André Sobotta

Optical Engineering and Laser Physics

Our customers

We want to thank our customers for helping us to constantly improve instrument-performance and for joining us in facing new technological challenges together.

PUBLICATIONS

Diurnal and Seasonal Variations in Chlorophyll Fluorescence Associated with Photosynthesis at Leaf and Canopy Scales. Remote Sensing. 2019

Petya K. E. Campbell, Karl F. Huemmrich, Elizabeth M. Middleton, Lauren A. Ward, Tommaso Julitta, Craig S. T. Daughtry, Andreas Burkart, Andrew L. Russ and William P. Kustas

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Sun-induced fluorescence and gross primary productivity during a heat wave. Scientific Reports. volume 8, Article number: 14169 (2018)

G. Wohlfahrt, K. Gerdel, M. Migliavacca, E. Rotenberg, F. Tatarinov, J. Müller, A. Hammerle, T. Julitta, F. M. Spielmann & D. Yakir

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Proximal VIS-NIR spectrometry to retrieve substance concentrations in surface waters using partial least squares modelling. Water Supply ws2018177.

A. Wagner S. Hilgert T. Kattenborn S. Fuchs

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Recent development and results of very high-resolution spectroscopy for the measurement of time series of sun induced fluorescence. 10th EARSeL SIG Imaging Spectroscopy Workshop | 19-21 April 2017, Zurich, Switzerland

Burkart A. Julitta T. Schickling A. Pilar C. Wieneke S. Migliavacca M. Colombo R. Rascher U.

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Comparing the diurnal and seasonal dynamics in chlorophyll fluorescence and xanthophyll cycle, associated with photosynthetic function for two vastly different canopies

Campbell P. Middleton E. Julitta T. Huemmrich K., Garish C. Burkart A.

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Sun-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence I: Instrumental Considerations for Proximal Spectroradiometers

Javier Pacheco-Labrador, Andreas Hueni, Laura Mihai, Karolina Sakowska, Tommaso Julitta, Joel Kuusk, Dan Sporea, Luis Alonso, Andreas Burkart, M. Pilar Cendrero-Mateo, Helge Aasen, Yves Goulas , Alasdair Mac Arthur

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Sun-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence II: Review of Passive Measurement Setups, Protocols, and Their Application at the Leaf to Canopy Level

H. Aasen, S. Van Wittenberghe, N. Sabater Medina, A. Damm, Y. Goulas, S. Wieneke, A. Hueni, Z. Malenovský, L. Alonso, J. Pacheco-Labrador, M. Pilar Cendrero-Mateo, E. Tomelleri, A. Burkart, S. Cogliati, U. Rascher, A. Mac Arthur

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Sun-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence III: Benchmarking Retrieval Methods and Sensor Characteristics for Proximal Sensing

M. Pilar Cendrero-Mateo, Sebastian Wieneke, Alexander Damm, Luis Alonso, Francisco Pinto, Jose Moreno, Luis Guanter, Marco Celesti, Micol Rossini, Neus Sabater, Sergio Cogliati, Tommaso Julitta, Uwe Rascher, Yves Goulas, Helge Aasen, Javier Pacheco-Labrador, Alasdair Mac Arthur

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A Spectral Fitting Algorithm to Retrieve the Fluorescence Spectrum from Canopy Radiance

Sergio Cogliati, Marco Celesti, Ilaria Cesana, Franco Miglietta, Lorenzo Genesio, Tommaso Julitta, Dirk Schuettemeyer, Matthias Drusch, Uwe Rascher, Pedro Jurado and Roberto Colombo

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