Hyperspectral images hyperspectral imaging
Push broom imaging is a technique for acquiring hyperspectral images or hyperspectral imaging. Each pixel of the image will thus contain an NIR or visible spectrum. This technology uses one dimension of a 2D sensor to measure a line of the sample (x dimension).
Dedicated optics in the system separate the wavelengths over the other dimension of the sample. In order to measure the whole product, the sample needs to move in order to acquire another line below the previous one. The full data obtained is called a Hypercube ; it will contain the complete image with a spectrum for each pixel.
Contaminant and high throughput applications
As for other products, INDATECH seeks excellence to provide you with the best solution. For this reason, our solution is based on the most suitable hyperspectral camera for your Lab application.
INDATECH’s engineering team customizes hyperspectral cameras into dedicated solutions for detecting contaminants in food for online application, as well as other approaches for high throughput at lab scale, such as inspection of experiments in microliter plates or injection syringes. INDATECH can also adapt the data analysis software based on different chemometric tools.