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What is LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging?

LWIR hyperspectral imaging can be used to identify and classify materials based on their spectral characteristics in the long-wave infrared range covering wavelengths from 7.7 to 12.3 micrometers.

Why Choose LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging?

LWIR hyperspectral imaging is well suited to mineral exploration, environmental analysis, thermal anomaly detection, and defense and security applications. It can perform accurate mineral mapping, landmine, and ordnance detection and is sensitive to detect thermal anomalies and classify even gases.

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We invite you to join this free webinar to learn more about the power of LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging and how it can benefit your business and research.

Our Lead Application Specialist Ph.D. Mathieu Marmion will demonstrate the capabilities of the new Specim FX120 LWIR hyperspectral camera and answer any questions you may have.

Register Now and Unlock the Full Potential of LWIR Hyperspectral Imaging!

You will learn:

  • Overview of LWIR hyperspectral imaging
  • Key applications and use cases that benefit from LWIR
  • Specim’s offering for LWIR wavelength
  • Techniques and key components for successfully implementing LWIR hyperspectral imaging

Who should attend:

  • Geologists and mining professionals
  • Defense and security organizations
  • Researchers and environmental and materials scientists
  • Industries involved in manufacturing and quality control
  • Anyone looking to learn more about LWIR hyperspectral imaging

Mathieu Marmion Ph.D.

Mathieu is the Lead Application Specialist at Specim. He holds a double MSc degree in electrical engineering (from INP in Grenoble, France, and NTNU in Trondheim, Norway) and a Ph.D. in physical geography (University of Oulu, Finland). Mathieu has worked at Specim for ten years.

About Specim

Founded in 1995, Specim is the pioneer and leading global supplier of hyperspectral imaging solutions.

We offer the broadest range of hyperspectral cameras, imaging spectrographs, software systems, and accessories to serve machine builders, integrators, researchers, and government organizations worldwide.

Specim is part of the Konica Minolta Group since 2020. We operate worldwide with headquarters in Oulu, Finland, sales offices in the US, China, Germany, and Spain, and an extensive distributor network.

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