See the unseen
Resonon hyperspectral imaging systems are used in research and industrial applications worldwide. Below are a few examples of Resonon hyperspectral cameras in action.
The most common applications of hyperspectral imaging are related to the study of plants growing on the surface of the Earth. Agriculture is the most studied topic, wth much research focusing on correlating reflectance spectral features to early detection of crop stress, nutrient deficiencies, noxious weed detection, yeild prediction, and seed viability. These studies often combine laboratory and remote sensing measurements. Forestry and forest health are also topics where hyperspectral imaging is becoming a common research tool.
Hyperspectral imaging is popular with the ocean and water sciences community. Detecting and identifying Harmful Algae Blooms (HAB's) is a critical issue worldwide, especially when blooms occur near municipal water intakes. In food science, hyperspectral imaging is being used to determine ripeness and sugar content of fruits and vegetables, as well as detecting defects and contaminants on fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, and processed foods.
Hyperspectral imaging is being used in many other fields as well, as well as industrial and commercial enterprises. The combination of spectroscopy and imaging is very powerful, capable of seeing things the human eye and standard cameras cannot. Currently, humans are still in the early stages of adopting and fully utilizing this technology, with much work still to be done. However, the future of hyperspectral imaging appears bright.
Remote SensingPrecision AgricultureEnvironmental MonitoringBiotechnologyFood AnalysisMachine Vision
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High-precision hyperspectral imaging systems for research and industrial applications.