Hyperspectral Imaging Spectrograph
DescriptionBaySpec offers a number of hyperspectral imaging spectrographs options. The datasheet below is a helpful tool to select the required options.
Hyperspectral imaging is a technique that combines conventional imaging and spectroscopy to acquire both spatial and spectral information from an object. Hyperspectral imaging produces three-dimensional images or hyperspectral image cubes. The third dimension contains spectral (or wavelength) information for each pixel on the hyperspectral image cube. Because of this combined feature of imaging and spectroscopy, hyperspectral imaging can enhance and/or expand our capability of detecting some chemical constituents in an object as well as their spatial distributions.
Hyperspectral imaging is used in a wide range of scientific and industrial fields including space exploration; remote sensing for environmental mapping, geological search or mineral mapping, atmospheric composition analysis and monitoring, military target detection or recognition; precision farming; and medical diagnosis. Hyperspectral imaging has also found its application for food quality evaluation and safety inspection.
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