hyperspectral


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hy·per·spec·tral

 (hī′pər-spĕk′trəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the imaging of remote celestial objects or regions of space by combining information from a large number of detected spectral bands, as of visible light, infrared, and ultraviolet frequencies.
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GLIMR, NASA's selected Earth Venture Instrument-5 investigation, will be NASA's first hyperspectral imager in geostationary, or GEO, orbit.
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The active hyperspectral imager is suitable for a range of chemical sensing applications.
Summary: Hyperspectral cameras are the advanced camera technologies that process and evaluate the information at various light wavelengths on the electromagnetic spectrum and captures high quality three-dimensional and high-resolution images using hyperspectral imaging technologies.
Analytik has introduced an airborne platform that offers the ability to simultaneously collect hyperspectral imaging and lidar measurements--saving operators time and money.
Hyperspectral imaging company Optina Diagnostics revealed on Wednesday the receipt of the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) breakthrough device designation for its retinal imaging platform (CAPRS1/MHRC2) that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to analyse the data rich hyperspectral retinal images captured during a simple eye scan in the diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease, the most common type of dementia.
The project is a collaboration between Glyndwr innovations, Airbus Defence and Space, the University of Leicester and DL Optics and is intended to design and build a prototype hyperspectral payload for airborne applications.
These were used to acquire visible, multispectral, hyperspectral and thermal aerial images of vineyards utilizing various cameras and sensors.
Hyperspectral imaging in both the visible and near-infrared (VNIR) and short-wave infrared (SWIR) wavelength ranges has been a research topic of interest for imec.
In remote sensing, imaging spectroscopy (IS) is also referred as hyperspectral imaging (HSI), which integrates conventional imaging with high spectral and spatial information of object.
Hyperspectral imaging technique is one of the nondestructive technologies which takes advantage of spectroscopic and imaging techniques, providing spectral and spatial information simultaneously [3].