At SPIE Photonics West 2018, SPECIM will showcase the SPECIM IQ, which the company says is the world’s first mobile hyperspectral camera designed for the analysis of material samples in numerous applications. The camera is based on a VNIR CMOS image sensor (400 – 1000 nm range), along with a 5 MPixel CMOS viewfinder camera and user interface software designed by Specim. It features a USB Type-C camera interface, 5200 mAh Li-Ion (Type 26650) battery and can make approximately 100 measurements with one SD card and battery. Additionally, the 91 mm x 207 mm hyperspectral camera comes with Specim IQ Studio software for application development. SPECIM IQ, according to the company, targets numerous applications, ranging from agricultural imaging to forensic analysis.
SPIE Photonics West 2018 booth number: 5636
To Learn More:
Contact: SPECIM Spectral Imaging
Headquarters: Oulu, Finland
Product: SPECIM IQ hyperspectral camera
Key Features: VNIR CMOS image sensor (400 – 1000 nm range), software for data acquisition and processing, SPECIM IQ studio software.
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