Hyperspectral Imaging Camera Sets Size Record

Hyperspectral Imaging Camera Sets Size Record
XIMEA GmbH

Claimed to be the markets smallest hyperspectral imaging camera, the xiQ USB3.0 measures 26.4 mm x 26.4 mm x 21.6 mm and weighs 27g. The camera integrates imec’s Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) sensors that apply narrow-band spectral filters at pixel-level using semiconductor thin-film processing to enable extreme compactness, low weight, and high reliability. Three types of standard spectral image sensor designs are available: 100 bands line-scan design, 32 bands snapshot tiled design, and a snapshot mosaic designs featuring 16 bands in a matrix of 4x4 per-pixel filters. XiQ cameras consume 1.8 W, easing the power and thermal management design challenges of UAVs for example. For more details, go to http://www.ximea.com/en/products/usb3-vision-standard-designed-cameras-xiq  

XIMEA Corp.
Golden, CO
303-389-9838
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http://www.ximea.com

imec USA
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