Chemical Colour Imaging (CCI) technology makes complex hyperspectral data on a molecular level usable for machine vision. Hyperspectral cameras are able to transfer the chemical properties of an object into a spectral signature. This unique “fingerprint” is recorded as multi-dimensional hyperspectral data and is transferred into two-dimensional images.
Perception Park’s „Perception Studio“ software is a generic, configurable user interface which enables users to develop and configure own applications independently, without profound expert knowledge of spectroscopy, chemometry or hyperspectral data processing.
Chemical Colour Imaging systems are especially suited for the food processing industry, recycling, mining and the pharmaceutical industry.
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Hyperspectral imaging software
Vision 2016 | Stuttgart | Stand E52 in Hall 1 | 8 - 10 November 2016
With the compact FX10 hyperspectral cameras from Specim and the complete CVS HyperInspect systems, STEMMER IMAGING is exhibiting multi-purpose possibilities for hyperspectral imaging at VISION 2016. In relation to the development of imaging from monochrome via colour to 3-D image capture, this technology represents the next evolutionary step: Machine Vision 4.0.
Stand C20, Vision UK@Photonex, The Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK, 12 & 13 October 2016
STEMMER IMAGING will be showing its new hyperspectral imaging capabilities at Photonex. This innovative technique utilises the near infrared absorption behaviour of organic objects to reveal chemical composition information. Also on show will be a multi-camera packaging inspection system.
Stand A44, PPMA Total Show, NEC, Birmingham, UK, 27 - 29 September, 2016
STEMMER IMAGING will be showing its new hyperspectral imaging capabilities for the first time at the PPMA Total Show. This innovative technique can reveal chemical composition information and has applications in the pharmaceutical, medical and food processing industries. Also on show will be the Boa Pro smart camera from Teledyne DALSA embedded with advanced Sherlock vision software and a multi-camera packaging inspection system.