Delta Optical Thin Film is excited to announce that our Director of Sales, Dr.Ing. Oliver Pust will serve on the program committee of the hyperspectral imaging meeting at the Enlighten Conference in Coventry later this year.
Hyperspectral Imaging at The Enlighten Conference
The Enlighten Conference is a two-day event that features advances in applications and technology, comprised of various meetings, seminars, and tutorials. This year it takes place on the 11th and 12th of October at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
The meeting, titled Hyperspectral Imaging – Technologies and Application-ready Solutions, takes place on Wednesday 11th and will discuss applications of hyperspectral imaging with the intention of eliminating any misconceptions about the technology. It aims to provide a pan-technology review and to introduce applications and uses for the method.
The technical program for the meeting has not yet been made available, but subjects may include counterfeit detection, food quality analysis, medical imaging, moisture profiling and undersea measurements.
What is Hyperspectral Imaging?
Hyperspectral imaging is a non-contact, non-destructive technology, which makes it ideal for a large range of applications, including food testing, precision farming, and cancer detection.
Standard conventional color cameras capture light in just three spectral windows, while hyperspectral cameras can capture an entire section of the electromagnetic spectrum at every pixel. This ability makes hyperspectral imaging the technique of choice due to the large amount of information available to process.
Hyperspectral imaging is often used in research and industry to measure an objects’ temperature, chemical composition, and moisture. Industries that are benefiting from the technique include food, agriculture, defense, forensics, and medicine.
If you would like to attend the Hyperspectral Imaging – Technologies and Application-ready Solutions meeting you can register at www.enlightenmeetings.com. Delta Optical Thin Film supply a selection of filters that are suitable for hyperspectral imaging, please contact us if you would like any more information.