Hyperspectral Imaging Systems
Hyperspectral Imaging had its beginnings at NASA in the mid-1970s, but in the decades since, it has developed into a useful technology for many other industries. Hyperspectral imaging works by scanning the surface area of a targeted region, and then measuring the electromagnetic signatures given off. Through this process, it allows the user to detect changes occurring, elements present, and objects in the scan. Hyperspectral Imaging Systems are used in astronomy, agriculture, geosciences, and surveillance. PhiLumina is a frontrunner among Hyperspectral Imaging Systems developers—consistently pioneers in the field, who are searching for new and better applications for the technology.
For more information about PhiLumina and their work in hyperspectral imaging systems, go to http://www.philumina.com/