Hyperspectral imaging—the most important benefits

Salt, sugar and citric acid in visible light and hyperspectral
  • Combines digital imaging and spectroscopy

  • Collects information that is visible to the eye as well as the chemical composition of organic or inorganic objects or also their temperature

  • Often scans more than 100 wavelengths to enable spectral analyses of ultraviolet (<380 nm) to the long-wave infrared range (8 to 12 µm)

  • Sees through materials that are not transparent in the visible spectrum (380 to 750 nm)

  • Allows fast and precise localization of contamination, defects, and flaws in food, red-hot glass and metals, semiconductors and many other products