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Hyperspectral imaging portfolio and application services

Hyperspectral imaging is still a relatively new technology in the area of machine vision applications, and as with any new possibilities, it is important to understand how it can be applied to solve machine vision tasks.

This webinar will cover the ways in which you can precisely identify object properties based on spectrally resolved colour or chemical information by using hyperspectral imaging techniques.

As hyperspectral imaging offers a huge variety of both hard- and software components to choose from, this webinar will also give you an overview of product combinations that work best for a variety of applications.

Duration approx. 45 min plus 15 min Q&A


Tim Huylebrouck & Gerhard Stanzel


Smart infrared cameras: A new technological approach for Industry 4.0

Although thermal imaging with infrared cameras has a great potential especially in industrial applications, it has only made its way into automation and quality assurance to a very limited extend. While with the introduction of uncooled detectors the essential base technology for the design of thermal industrial cameras is available now for more than 20 years, many obstacles still remain. One important reason for the low spread in industry is the lack of standard software for thermal imaging. Integrators have to use SDK’s provided by the camera manufacturers to develop their own software solutions which means a high hurdle. Furthermore, the camera models available today are not consistently designed for industrial applications. Manufacturers have a lack of application experience and they still don‘t see industry as a relevant target market. To mention a third point, the acceptance of computer-based imaging systems tends to decline. Among others, some reasons are the complexity of such systems, costs, stability, data safety and maintenance effort.

This webinar presents a new device-related approach with smart thermal cameras to address the obstacles for practical applications and to make the potential of temperature imaging in industrial environments accessible.


Tim Huylebrouck & Gerhard Stanzel


Bin Picking Online Webinar

Does Bin Picking also work outside the laboratory in production environments or is Bin Picking just a myth? The webinar will introduce successful Bin Picking solutions and showcase related components.



How to Make Your Fluorescence Measurement Instrument Fully Wavelength Tuneable

In the past ten years Continuously Variable Filters have become sufficiently performant for challenging applications in fluorescence detection and spectroscopy. CVF offer an excellent alternative to filter wheels or gratings when full wavelength tunability is a requirement in any instrument. You will learn what Continuously Variable Filters are, what their features and benefits are, and how you can use them to make your instrument fully tuneable and flexible.


Dr.-Ing. Oliver Pust, Dr. Ann-Cathrin Volz


Recorded Web-meetings

3D and Snapshot Hyperspectral Cameras Based on Continuously Variable Filters

Embedded Vision as a strategic choice

Best Practices for OceanView Part 1

Tipps zur Optimierung Ihres Bildverarbeitungssystems

How to Select the Right Spectrometer

Hyperspectral Imaging for quality control in the industry

Best Practices for OceanView Part 2

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