A spectral camera images a line of an object and provides the spectral information of each pixel in the second dimension of the line. Corresponding software displays a 3 dimensional spectral cube of an object or displays spectral information of moving objects.
A hyperspectral camera system includes optics, an imaging spectrograph, a camera displaying the spectral information and a software package to display and calculate the results.
Our range of products for hyperspectral imaging applications consists of imaging spectrographs from our partner Specim, full spectral cameras or complete hyperspectral camera systems including both.
Specim offers a broad range of Imspector imaging spectrographs from the UV, over the visible range to the near and mid infrared. The Imspector spectrographs can be integrated in your set ups.
Our spectral cameras cover the same range using CCD and CMOS detectors in the UV and visible range, InGaAs and MCT cameras in the near infrared, and InSb and microbolometers for hyperspectral imaging in the thermal infrared.
Hyperspectral cameras can be integrated in complete NIR chemical imaging systems and SWIR spectral camera systems which are commonly used in chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories.
Our SisuRock hyperspectral core imaging workstation is an automated spectral imager used in geology and mineralogy.
Hyperspectral cameras are a well known tool for remote sensing applications. Our AISA airborne hyperspectral system can also be equipped with spectral cameras covering a range from the visible spectrum up to the LWIR .