Spectral analysis delivers results whereas color vision falls short? The remedy to this problem may lie in using a few key wavelengths, which is where multispectral imaging comes into its own. This technology captures the image of a scene at various wavelengths, exceeding the capability of the eye.
Optical configurations: The configuration must maximize contrast for the value being assessed.
Optical design: The lighting source design is critical—it has to maximize projected light energy while controlling heat emission. Selecting key wavelengths is just as important.
Data processing: Our team of algorithm specialists can process the data to extract the information you need.
As experts in developing effective solutions, we adapt our approach to the specific needs of each client.
Transportation infrastructure inspection
Recyclable materials sorting
In essence, multispectral imaging allows to view things that are invisible to the naked eye and see beyond color.