Resonon’s hyperspectral cameras are pushbroom imagers that scan the visible, ultraviolet, and near-infrared spectral ranges. They are rugged and cost-effective, have high precision, low distortion, low stray light, and excellent image quality.
Hyperspectral imaging cameras can be used in any of our systems, including the laboratory benchtop system, tripod-based outdoor field system, and airborne remote sensing system. They can also be used in machine vision and optical sorting applications.
Software to control the hyperspectral cameras includes Spectronon for the benchtop and outdoor systems, airborne software for the remote sensing system, and real-time deep learning software for machine vision applications. An SDK is available for users who want to integrate the camera into their own system.
Our hyperspectral cameras have been used for research all over the world. Click here for a list of research publications using Resonon systems.