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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Williamson told Imaging and Machine Vision Europe during Vision 2018 that a hyperspectral imaging system could cost around [euro]30,000, but he added that this would be the cost of just the feasibility study not so long ago.
This includes not only further developing platforms based on modular elements of the current handheld hyperspectral imaging system to accommodate these new applications, but also adopting new technologies on the horizon as they mature,' he said.
Caption: Figure 1: Schematic diagram of the used diffuse transmittance hyperspectral imaging system for navel oranges maturity classification.
Mooradian et al., "HSI mapping of marine and coastal environments using the advanced airborne hyperspectral imaging system (AAHIS)," in Proceedings of the Algorithms for Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imagery III, pp.
Hyperspectral Imaging System. A hyperspectral imaging system was used in the experiment, which consists of an imaging spectrograph (Imspector V10E, Spectral Imaging Ltd., Oulu, Finland), a CCD camera (C8484-05, Hamamatsu city, Japan), a lens (OLE-23, Specim, Spectral Imaging Ltd., Oulu, Finland), an illuminant source with two quartz tungsten halogen lamps (Fiber-Lite DC950, Dolan Jenner Industries Inc., Boxborough, USA), a conveyer belt controlled by a stepper motor (IRCP0076 Isuzu Optics Corp, Taiwan, China), and a computer.
Our hyperspectral imaging system consists of a Headwall HyperSpec VNIR E-Series imaging spectrometer, an integrated GPS/inertia navigation system, and a hyperspectral data processing unit.
Wabuyele et al., "A hyperspectral imaging system for in vivo optical diagnostics," IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, vol.
Description of near-ground hyperspectral systems: The near-ground hyperspectral imaging system used in this study is the Pushbroom Imaging Spectrometer (PIS), which acquires images by linear array push-broom imaging (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.
An indicative program is the BAE Systems Long Range Hyperspectral Imaging System, being developed for carriage by both manned and unmanned aircraft.