hyperspectral imaging system

hyperspectral imaging system

[¦hī·pər‚spek·trəl ′im·ij·iŋ ‚sis·təm]
(engineering)
An infrared imaging system that has more than 30 spectral channels with relatively fine spectral resolution, allowing imaging spectroscopy to be carried out.
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Earth Search Sciences has just brought to market its Probe 1 hyperspectral imaging system following 10 years of research and development.
The contract was awarded by the National Research Council of Italy and entails the development of a unique new airborne hyperspectral imaging system and an innovative visualization and image processing system to be used to establish a new leading edge remote sensing research center in Italy.
5 million contract award from Amazon Technologies Company for an airborne hyperspectral imaging system to support the Brazilian SIVAM (System for the Vigilance of the Amazon) program.
Aviation Week & Space Technology (1/15/01) characterized STI's anti-submarine warfare technology as "perhaps being the farthest advanced hyperspectral imaging system worldwide.
Preliminary interpretations of the imagery captured by the PROBE-1 hyperspectral imaging system indicate the relative abundance and distribution of the gorillas' principal foods in the Virungas.
We believe, based on the judgement of independent hyperspectral data experts, that Earth Search's hyperspectral imaging system is probably the leading commercial hyperspectral system in the world today.
In 1998, ESSI employed it's breakthrough hyperspectral imaging system on successful missions for private clients over targets in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Australia.
To address internal quality issues, the USDA-ARS lab has been developing a hyperspectral imaging system that operates in reflectance and transmittance sensing modes for inspecting both external and internal quality characteristics of pickling products (fig.
ARS researchers have optimized the hyperspectral imaging system so that it can detect small amounts of fecal contamination.
Agricultural Research Service scientists Kurt Lawrence, Bosoon Park, Bob Windham, and Seung-Chul Yoon--all in the Quality and Safety Assessment Research Unit in Athens, Georgia--have made two improvements to a hyperspectral imaging system used to scan the surface of poultry carcasses for contaminants.
HI90[TM] : The new Bruker Hyperspectral Imaging system HI 90 is an imaging remote chemical sensing system based on the combination of a Michelson interferometer with a focal plane array detector.
Their latest hyperspectral imaging system has the newest "scientific-grade" imaging spectrograph and halogen and fluorescent lamps, all packaged in one unit that sits above a motorized positioning table where the apple is placed.