As customer demands grow and applications expand, machine vision technologies—including cameras and software—must evolve. One such technology in the world of vision is hyperspectraland multispectral imagingcomponents, which David Dechow, Principal Vision Systems Architect, Integro Technologies, will discuss in depth in a free webcast on September 12.
While there are numerous applications that multispectral imaging and hyperspectral imaging are suitable for, one in particular that we are going to focus on has been positively impacted by the emergence of these technologies, and that is factory automation and inspection. Specific techniques for quality inspection and defect analysis of products, including food and beverage products, using multispectral and hyperspectral components will be discussed by Dechow, as well as the products available, the capabilities of the technology, and additional application areas.
Using multispectral and hyperspectral imaging in inspection
David Dechow, Principal Vision Systems Architect, Integro Technologies
September 12, 2018 11:00 AM EDT
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