What Is Hyperspectral Imaging?
Every material interacts with light in its unique way. The spectrum of the material, i.e., how the amount of light reflected, emitted, or transmitted by the material varies over different wavelengths, depends on the material chemistry and physical characteristics.
Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) is a technique that combines both spectral measurement and digital imaging. It enables easy identification, mapping, and separation of materials by their biological, chemical, or physical properties differences.
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Hyperspectral Imaging Solutions
Specim, a pioneer and global leader in hyperspectral imaging technology, has a wide range of spectral imaging instruments and software that covers wavelengths from visible and near-infrared to thermal. Explore the best specim hyperspectral imaging solutions for your application needs.
Hyperspectral Imaging Applications
HSI is used increasingly in many research and industrial applications, such as plastics and waste recycling, pharmaceutical products research and quality control, agriculture and vegetation research, food quality control and analysis, medical science, etc. Specim HSI technology is widely adopted by many companies, researchers, and scientists in various fields of research and industrial applications. Explore our applications to learn more.
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