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Hyperspectral imaging – or imaging spectroscopy – is the result of spectroscopy and digital imaging combined. This article first appeared in the December 2021 issue of Food and Drink Business.

Hyperspectral cameras acquire light intensity for tens to several hundreds of connecting spectral bands, meaning every pixel in an image has a continuous spectrum in radiance or reflectance. It allows objects in the picture to have great precision and detail. 

HySpex’s Baldur line of hyperspectral cameras are designed for industrial environments where high image quality and spectral fidelity are needed. The cameras work in the 400 to 2500 nm spectral range. They can easily integrate into real-time classification, identification, and quantification of a wide variety of materials as they operate. 

Baldur hyperspectral cameras are available through Raymax Applications.

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