Hyperspectral cameras from BaySpec to be showcased at LASER World of Photonics
At LASER World of Photonics 2015, BaySpec will showcase its OCI-U hyperspectral cameras, which are USB 3.0 cameras based on NIR-optimized hyperspectral imaging sensors that can achieve frame rates of up to 120 fps.
On display at the BaySpec booth at LASER World of Photonics will be the company’s OCI-U hyperspectral cameras, the OCI-U-1000 and OCI-U-2000. These USB 3.0 cameras are based on NIR-optimized hyperspectral imaging sensors that can achieve frame rates of up to 120 fps. Available in both push-broom and snapshot models, the cameras feature a wavelength range of 600-1000nm. Both cameras run on Windows 7, 8, or Linux systems and feature external triggering capabilities. The OCI OEM cameras are suitable for use in UAVs, agriculture, remote sensing, forensics, and airborne applications.
LASER World of Photonics booth number: Hall B2 Booth 203
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Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: OCI hyperspectral cameras
Key features: NIR optimized hyperspectral sensor, USB 3.0 interface, acquires full, VIS-NIR hyperspectral/multispectral data, 120 fps frame rates, wavelength range of 600 to 1000 nm.
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