Hyperspectral and embedded vision cameras from XIMEA to be showcased at XPONENTIAL
At XPONENTIAL 2018 from April 30 to May 3, XIMEA will highlight its xiSpec line of hyperspectral cameras, as well as its xiX line of embedded vision cameras.
XIMEA’s USB3 Vision-compliant xiSpec hyperspectral cameras feature 2.2 MPixel CMOS image sensors with hyperspectral imaging filters added at the wafer level on top of the pixel structure of the imec sensor. The cameras are available in line scan and snapshot mosaic models (four models total), offering spectral ranges of 600-975 nm (two models), 470-900 nm, and 470-630 nm. The cameras offer 100+, 150+, 16, and 25 spectral bands, respectively.
Also on display will be XIMEA’s xiX embedded vision and multi-camera setup models, which offer a high bandwidth of 64 Gbit and CMOS image sensors from CMOSIS (ams Sensors Belgium) and Sony, with resolutions ranging from 2 to 50 MPixels. These cameras, according to the company, are ideal for aggregation with multiple camera streams and are designed for use in embedded vision systems.
XPONENTIAL 2018 booth number: 4119
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Headquarters: Münster, Germany
Products: xiSpec hyperspectral cameras, xiX embedded vision cameras
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