The Monarch II allows you to capture in-field/on-site spectral images easily and inexpensively. No need for expensive, bulky and sensitive equipment, that require a trained operator and are blind to scene context. Its affordability and simplicity remove the barrier to wide adoption in many applications and mass-market platforms.
Re-designed based on many field tests, PoC’s and commercial implementation feedback, Monarch II, its analytic software, and user interface allow the quick integration into your domain, right out of the box.
Whether in field, on the road or in lab, Monarch II is ready for use through a USB-C connection to an Android mobile device. All the camera controls, settings and output display are provided through an android application. Immediate analysis and decision making is possible through the AI application that provides diagnostics of produce, merchandise, humans, medical processes etc.
Embedded / fixed application
By capturing multiple spectral images in near-IR bands, Monarch II extracts a layer of actionable information for immediate inspection, detection, and classification applications. Monarch II small and light camera captures and immediately produces multiple single-band [± 2.5nm] spectral-cube images within 680nm-940nm spectral range.
Monarch II can be embedded in sorting robotics, machine vision platforms, manufacturing lines, QA systems and biometric authentication terminals. It can also connect to real-time analysis, inspection and control systems through a PC interface. The camera controls, settings and output display are provided through a Windows application. Analysis and decision making can be made immediately, either by the operator or algorithm.
Monarch II can be ordered with the “perCl™”* PC analytic application that will allow you to extract just any underlaying information from the images you just took. Whether it is sorting, diagnosing or detecting; your specific professional knowledge and experience is easily integrated and registered into the system algorithm, to highlight through false color display the subtle grayscale reflection differences of hyperspectral images. This feature transforms the Monarch II into a powerful, real-time decision-making system.