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Hunting New Mining Deposits with Hyperspectral Imaging

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Author: Geralyn Miller
Monday, January 29, 2018
Teledyne DALSA, Machine Vision OEM Components

How much gold remains to be mined on Earth? How about the lesser-known element indium, necessary for computer and smartphone displays? With known sources of some essential metals facing depletion within the next few decades, there is more pressure on pursuing alternatives to existing mining exploration technologies. Enter hyperspectral imaging which makes use of the fact that all objects possess a unique spectral fingerprint based on the wavelengths of visible and invisible light that they absorb and reflect.

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