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Hyperspectral Imaging - Technologies & Application-ready solutions

Wednesday 11th October 2017

This meeting will address the applications for hyperspectral imaging with the intention of dispelling myths and providing a pan-technology review, introducing applications and uses for this developing technique.

Unlike conventional colour cameras, which capture light in just three spectral windows, hyperspectral cameras have the ability to capture an entire section of the electromagnetic spectrum at every pixel.

With a huge amount of information available for processing it is now the technique of choice in research and industry to determine viewed objects' temperatures, chemical compositions, moisture, fat and sugar content in the food industry as well for a range of applications in agriculture, art, astronomy, biology, defence, forensics and anti-counterfeiting, geosciences, medicine, museums, pharmaceuticals, surveillance, remote sensing and industrial inspection.

Hyperspectral imaging is a non-destructive, non-contact technology which makes it ideal for a wide range of applications.

Subjects may include:

Chemical colour imaging Improving spatial resolution
Counterfeit detection (drugs/currency) Investigation works of artworks
Field systems Medical imaging
Food quality analysis and safety Moisture profiling
Fruit and vegetable sorting Remote sensing for environmental monitoring
High-speed infra-red hyperspectral imaging Undersea measurements
Hyperspectral imaging on the production line   …and associated subjects such as drone technology and processing of the information into meaningful results.
Hyperspectral vs multispectral  

Speakers (confirmed to date)

Hyperspectral cameras using tuneable interference filters
Dr Matt Gunn, University of Aberysthwyth
Hyperspectral Remote Sensing: From AVIRIS to Everyone
Scott Konley, Resonon, USA
Key quality parameters in hyperspectral imaging systems
Mr Trond Løke, Norse Elektro Optikk

High spatial resolution hyperspectral camera based on a continuously variable filter
Oliver Pust, Delta Optical Thin Film A/S

Development of a clinically translatable hyperspectral endoscope exploiting a flexible fibre bundle and a spectrograph
Dr Jonghee Yoon, Cambridge University

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Dr Nick Barnett
Pro-Lite Technologies

Dr.-Ing. Oliver Pust

Delta Optical Thin Film A/S