Hyperspectral Imaging
See beneath the surface...

Hyperspectral images are more sophisticated and precise than the images produced by standard color cameras, which can only capture the spectral channels associated with the three primary colors – red, green, and blue. Hyperspectral imaging is the collecting and processing of information from across the electromagnetic spectrum.

Hyperspectral images are required:

  • In agriculture for monitoring the development and health of crops
  • In geology for rapidly mapping nearly all minerals
  • In astronomy to determine a spatially-resolved spectral image
  • In the industry to provide a unique detection, identification and imaging of different type of materials
  • In many research areas, such as vegetation research, forensics, life sciences, nano-toxicology and food analysis