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Spectral Imaging

Tiny, low-cost hyperspectral imaging cameras

Just as miniature NIR spectrometers are about to appear commercially, might they already be out of date? Miniature hyperspectral cameras could end up in everyday products, from mobile phones, to aerial drones, to action cameras, enabling consumers access to NASA-grade imaging power to improve daily life.

Data processing without the bruises

Italian scientists have used their new method for reducing the size of the data produced by NIR hyperspectral imaging to identify bruised apples.

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Near infrared hyperspectral imaging detects peanut contamination

Study the label of almost any food product and you’re likely to see the rather vague warning “May contain peanuts” somewhere on there, unless of course it’s a product that definitely does contain peanuts. As now revealed in a paper in the latest issue of JNIRS—Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, these warnings of peanut contamination could soon lose much of their uncertainty, thanks to NIR hyperspectral imaging.

NIR news 2014 data analysis challenge

This year, to help all of you with time to fill over the Christmas and New Year break, we have decided to offer a data analysis challenge. The problem to be solved is described in the text and the dataset may be downloaded from the Internet.

New image for “big data” tools

Image from single mass peakBig data represents both an opportunity and a challenge for scientists. The huge amount of data that can be generated by the latest scientific instruments could lead to important scientific discoveries, but only if scientists can efficiently process that data. A recent European project called Computis, has come up with a range of new tools for efficiently processing mass spectrometry imaging data.

Deadline near for 2015 Goetz Instrument Support Programme

PANalytical Boulder is accepting submissions for the 2015 Alexander Goetz Instrument Support Program and the deadline for submissions is 15 October 2014.

Selected students pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree with innovating research proposals will be awarded a FieldSpec® 4 Standard-Res spectroradiometer or a FieldSpec HandHeld 2 spectroradiometer for a specified period of time. The spectroradiometers can be used by the students for a wide range of field research applications such as image interpretation, ground truthing, materials classification and ecological impact analyses.

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