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      • Criminal Investigation

        Hyperspectral imaging is used in forensic applications to collect physical evidence and conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis of spectral information, promoting a more systematic and scientific crime scene investigation.

      • Precision Agriculture

        Hyperspectral imaging is used in agriculture to obtain data on the health status of crops in various stages of the production process and allows real-time monitoring of crop growth, climate, diseases and pests for more effective crop management.

      • Biomedicine

        Hyperspectral imaging is an emerging, non-destructive and advanced optical technique in biomedicine. It integrates spectroscopy and imaging to realize the qualitative or quantitative analysis of tissue physiology, morphology and composition, providing an effective diagnostic tool in clinical medicine.

      • Food Safety

        Food safety issues have gained attention in recent years.Traditional quality monitoring methods of fruits and vegetables are usually destructive and time-consuming. Hyperspectral imaging can ensure non-destructive food safety and quality, as well as fast detection of food contamination.

      • Heritage Conservation

        Many millenial-old cultural relics and historic sites have suffered irrecoverable damage or corrosion. With its non-destructive and non-contact features, hyperspectral imaging is playing an increasingly important role in the discovery of hidden information ...

      • Criminal Investigation

        Hyperspectral imaging is used in forensic applications to collect physical evidence and conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis of spectral information, promoting a more systematic and scientific crime scene investigation.

      • Precision Agriculture

        Hyperspectral imaging is used in agriculture to obtain data on the health status of crops in various stages of the production process and allows real-time monitoring of crop growth, climate, diseases and pests for more effective crop management.

      • Biomedicine

        Hyperspectral imaging is an emerging, non-destructive and advanced optical technique in biomedicine. It integrates spectroscopy and imaging to realize the qualitative or quantitative analysis of tissue physiology, morphology and composition, providing an effective diagnostic tool in clinical medicine.

      • Food Safety

        Food safety issues have gained attention in recent years.Traditional quality monitoring methods of fruits and vegetables are usually destructive and time-consuming. Hyperspectral imaging can ensure non-destructive food safety and quality, as well as fast detection of food contamination.

      • Heritage Conservation

        Many millenial-old cultural relics and historic sites have suffered irrecoverable damage or corrosion. With its non-destructive and non-contact features, hyperspectral imaging is playing an increasingly important role in the discovery of hidden information ...

      • Industrial Inspection

        Traditional methods of material sorting, defect detection and quality control involve complex processes with issues such as reliance on workers and low efficiency. Featuring simultaneous acquisition and processing of images and spectral information, hyperspectral imaging can realize fully automated, fast and efficient inspection through non-destructive, and non-contact testing methods.