Hyperspectral imaging has become a key analytical tool for evaluating and monitoring products and produce across a wide range of industries for the purposes of grading, authentication, sorting, quality control and security. The HYPERION HSI is a complete hyperspectral imaging system for deployment on industrial process lines.
The key to successful deployment online is in the quality of the spectral calibration. At Camlin Photonics, we provide a complete end to end service by supporting in the acquisition and analysis of the calibration sample, utilising our artificial intelligence tools to build robust calibration models, and tailoring the system to be integrated onto industrial process lines. With our Sapient service, we continuously monitor the performance of our system and periodically validate and update the calibration models as required.
Our HYPERION HSI systems are designed as complete end-to-end solutions to make robust, reliable, accurate and repeatable hyperspectral measurements and are easily adaptable to a wide range of processes.
Our Hyperspectral Application Engineers are available to advise and support with your application needs. With years of spectroscopy, machine vision, and artificial intelligence experience, our expert team are available from the initial instrument specification, to the spectral calibration and system implementation, through to ongoing field service and support for your online hyperspectral machine vision system.
Whether sorting fruit and vegetables for ripeness or damage, selecting meat cuts for onward processing based on tenderness and yield, or ensuring baking processes are optimised to avoid spoiled or waste product, online inspection has the potential to unlock significant value by ensuring quality and authenticity and reducing waste.
Unlike manual inspection, simple colour measurement or periodic sampling, online spectral imaging can identify quality issues which may be invisible to the human eye, provide 100% inspection capability and operate in real time at speeds typical in the food processing industry.
Active ingredients can be routinely measured using a Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) hyperspectral imaging system and this can be done through the blister pack as well as directly imaging tablet or capsule. This gives a precise check if the correct active ingredients are in the correct tablet, and in their correct concentrations. Laboratory and online versions of our hyperspectral imaging systems are available for either sample testing or 100% quality control inspection.