This page gives an overview to instrumentation, methodology and applications provided by the community of hyperspectral imaging.
Hyperspectral Apps and more,
10 minute speeches of several hyperspectral imaging related companies to their products, strategies and demands:
Session 1: Industrial Hyperspectral Imaging Applications
Session 2: Innovative Sensors & Systems for Hyperspectral Imaging
Session 3: Innovative Software & Solutions for Hyperspectral Imaging
60 minute speeces of experts to hyperspectral imaging:
- Spectral Imaging: How to select the most suitable technology for your application - Prof. em. Dr. Rudolf W. Kessler
- Analysis of Hyperspectral Data by Multivariate Data Analysis - Prof. Dipl. Phys. Waltraud Kessler
- Hyperspectral Imaging in Industry - Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Markus Burgstaller
- Machine Learning & Hyperspectral Imaging - Prof. Dr. Horst Bischof
Prof. Waltraud Kessler,
Analysis of Hyperspectral Data by Multivariate Data Analysis,
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Kessler,
Spectral Imaging: How to select the most suitable technology for your application
Hyperspectral Imaging in Industry
Prof. Dr. Horst Bischof
Machine Learning and Hyperspectral Imaging
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) publishes data which shows a worrying – and increasing - amount of complaints due to contamination in food and drink. Complaints have risen year on year driven by numerous factors such as more mechanized process chain, higher consumer awareness, and more readily available and thorough testing equipment.
Valuable insight to this report was provided by interaction with food companies through an online questionnaire, direct discussions and an interactive workshop help on the 25th February 2014 in London which bought together food industry experts, membership organisations and technologists in technologies identified as potentially useful by the Knowledge Transfer Network prior to the workshop.
Chemical Colour Imaging (CCI) makes complex hyperspectral data on a molecular level usable for machine vision. Hyperspectral imaging systems based on a generic, intuitive configurable data processing platform make the scientific methods of hyperspectral analysis accessible for everyone and open up new application areas.
This white paper describes Chemical Colour Imaging (CCI) as the next step in the evolution of machine vision, summarizes the current state of technology as well the relevance of CCI for the machine vision community.
In this presentation from the UK Vision Technology Forum - hosted by STEMMER IMAGING and the European Imaging Academy - Markus Burgstaller from Perception Park explains how Chemical Colour Imaging (CCI) can be deployed with hyperspectral machine vision systems in industrial applications. For further information on the topic, please visit http://www.stemmer-imaging.de/en/tech...
(NIR news article)
Chemical colour imaging (CCI) represents a new processing technology, which combines essential advantages of the basic technologies of chemical imaging and colour imaging (colour image processing) and makes chemical material properties accessible to a completely new range of users through new approaches to data processing.
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