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Selecting The Right Hyperspectral Imager Is Key To Bringing Critical Data Into View

Author: Lynn Chandler, Ph.D.
Wednesday, November 01, 2017
Hyperspectral imaging is a valuable technique for revealing data the eye alone cannot capture. Revealing different characteristics from an image, hyperspectral imaging is highly prized for many applications, from gathering forensic evidence and checking food contamination, to precision agriculture using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Despite its myriad of benefits, the hyperspectral imager does come with challenges, not the least of which is choosing the right imager for acquiring optimal data. This paper reveals critical criteria for selecting the right hyperspectral imager for a given application.
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