FLIR has teamed up with industry leaders to provide hyperspectral imaging solutions that help you learn more from your photons. These partners offer a range of off-the-shelf products and custom solutions to meet your unique application needs.
Hyperspectral imaging systems collect both spectral and spatial information in one instantaneous video frame. This enhances the data stream while eliminating motion artifacts and maximizing signal-to-noise response. Combined with FLIR’s various infrared camera technologies, the systems can be optimized for the visible, NIR, SWIR, MWIR, or LWIR bands. Additionally, these systems can be designed to interface with virtually any foreoptic, from telescope to microscope.
With FLIR partner products such as Bodkin Design & Engineering (BD&E) hyperspectral imaging solutions, you can collect any waveband of spectral and spatial information in one high-speed video frame. BD&E systems work in a wide range of wavelengths and produce data that is compatible with ENVI® image processing and analysis solutions.
For some research applications, you need the most complete thermal data set. Hyperspectral imaging allows you to:
Torch recorded using high-speed LWIR hyperspectral video (playback 1/10th speed). RGB movie made from Hyperspectral images of Oxy-Propylene flame. High speed hyperspectral video captures gas cloud detonation
The Precision Radiometric Surface Temperature (PRST) measures laser penetration of steel in real time. Sensor delivers a surface temperature mapping capability covering a temperature range 400-20,00 K with resolution of less than 20 K
Igniting a torch in real time
Read more about using hyperspectral imaging in challenging applications such as recyclables sorting, chemical identification/visualization, and materials analysis.
Assessing the use of an infrared spectrum hyperpixel array imager to measure temperature during additive and subtractive manufacturing
Precision Radiometric Surface Temperature (PRST) Sensor
Video-Rate Chemical Identification and Visualization with Snapshot Hyperspectral Imaging
Hyperspectral Imaging at the Speed of Light
Snapshot Hyperspectral Imaging – The Hyperpixel Array™ Camera
The MWIR-60 and MWIR-20 hyperspectral imagers use HyperPixel Array (HPATM) SNAPSHOT technology to capture both spectral and spatial information in one instantaneous video frame. This eliminates motion artifacts while maximizing signal-to-noise. The MWIR-60 and MWIR-20 operate in the midwave infrared band and are compatible with virtually any foreoptic.