Position and Orientation System/Direct Georeferencing (POS/DG) data is important to hyperspectral images, for it has much information of flight attitude, such as absolute position (x,y,z) and rotation parameters. The largest advantage of this method, using POS/DG data to correct remote sensing images, is to save much manual work and money. This method doesn't need any ground work. It can get high quality images just through a correction program. It is more economical, simpler and faster than conventional methods. This article concentrates on the research of how to use POS/DG data to correct the hyperspectral images (in this article is PHI images) and discuss the efficiencies of a few kinds of resampling methods.