Because SWIR imaging allows you to tap into detailed information on the composition of materials and objects, it’s a potential game-changer for many applications.
The problem used to be that spectral imaging required specialized expertise. It was, therefore, difficult for businesses to access.
But that changed with the advent of on-chip spectral imaging. That makes the capture of spectral information as straightforward as pointing and clicking.
Or, as simple as pointing and hitting ‘record’. Because video-rate spectral imaging is also enabled by on-chip filters.
Want to find out more? Our webinar, in collaboration with optics.org, dives into this technology and demonstrates two SWIR cameras with the applications they enable.
18 January 2024