Hyperspectral Imaging is Highly Useful
Wide range of application areas
- Remote sensing
- Industrial use & machine vision
- Smart agriculture & forestry
- Academic research
- Medical & life sciences
- Space applications
- Water research
- Quality control
- Situation awareness
The frame-based approach enables easy data flows compared to push-broom technology. In a push-broom setup, either the target samples or the camera must be moved to build the hyperspectral data cube. With a frame-based hyperspectral solution, there is no need for movement because the data cube is built by tuning the waveband. Each data cube includes one predefined shooting sequence arranged by wavelength.
HIGH-QUALITY OPTICAL DEVICES
Senop has over 80 years of experience and know-how in optical devices. We design, manufacture and assemble our products to meet strict defence and security industry standards. Each step of the production process is carried out in Finland with the very best equipment on the market. By managing the entire process in-house, we can ensure product quality control and customize the products to meet exact customer needs.
MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN A COMPACT PACKAGE
Senop’s devices provide exclusively true image pixels with 1M pixel resolution. No interpolation is used in image formation.
The image can be formed from up to 1,000 freely selectable spectral bands with 0.1nm precision.
Connections for remote usage
Each device has a unique IP address, allowing effective use even from a remote location.
Our hyperspectral cameras have a hard drive, powerful processor, gyroscope and inertial measurement unit – all integrated together.
All necessary calibrations are pre-made, and the device is ready to use. It is advisable to recalibrate the device in 2–3 years.
Easy to use and integrate
An open API allows easy integration with any software.
Easy to attach
The cameras can be used in microscope applications with a standard C-mount interface. The devices are also well-suited for attachment to a drone or another UAV.