Camlin Photonics Hyperion hyperspectral imaging systems
Hyperion hyperspectral imaging systems from Camlin Photonics make repeatable hyperspectral measurements that are adaptable to a variety of processes and applications. They provide users with an all-in-one system that can measure, display and prepare calibration models and analyse hyperspectral imaging (HSI) data, with a clearly defined workflow.
HSI is a suitable analytical tool for food assessment as it is non-destructive and non-contact, and can determine several parameters in real time.
It can determine many parameters of fruit and vegetable quality, measure cereals and other grains, and predict freshness of red meat and fish. It can also be used to empower high-speed sorting and grading as it allows for the determination of a substandard product, contamination, presence of foreign bodies and defects.
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