See a demonstration of Quick and Intuitive Offline Hyperspectral Scanning to Support Real-Time Online Inspection Processes by George Killian, Application Scientist. Originally part of Photonics Media's Vision Spectra Conference 2023. 

Optica Sensing Congress, Hyperspectral/Multispectral Imaging and Sounding of the Environment (HISE) 2023 - Munich

July 28, 2023

Headwall presented a poster and virtual talk at the Optica Sensing Congress Hyperspectral/Multispectral Imaging and Sounding of the Environment (HISE) in Munich, Germany, July 30 - Aug 3, 2023.

Headwall-Cuprite-Poster_Optica-Sensing-Congress-HISE_ThumbnailFrancesco Beccari, Headwall Sales Manager EMEA, was present in person at the congress in Munich with a poster: "Hyperspectral Imaging and Analysis of Hydrothermal Alternation Mineralogy in Cuprite, Nevada, USA", by Dr. Carson Roberts, Ph. D (Headwall Photonics), Dr. Isabel Barton (University of Arizona), Dr. Jinping He (University of Arizona), and Francesco Beccari (Headwall Photonics); Presentation Number JTu4A.6, Time 15:30 to 16:30 CEST, Date 1 August 2023, Joint Poster Session I, Location Foyer Mezzanine.

Short video for those who could not come in person (registration required)

Headwall-Harmful-Algal-Bloom-Presentation_Optica-Sensing-Congress-HISE_ThumbnailCarson Roberts, Ph.D., Headwall Principal Applications Engineer, appeared in a pre-recorded video just for the congress: "Cyanobacteria Detection via VNIR Hyperspectral Imaging and Raman Spectroscopy", by Dr. Carson Roberts, Ph. D (Headwall Photonics), Charles Kepler (Headwall Photonics), Scott Gallager (Coastal Ocean Vision), and George Killian (Headwall Photonics); Presentation Number HW5C, Time 17:15 to 17:30 CEST, Date 2 August 2023, Session Aquatic Remote Sensing I, Session Location Picasso/Dali.

Video of the presentation for those who could not come in person (registration required)

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Optics-based sensors and sensing technologies are increasingly becoming a more important part of our modern world. From sensing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to detecting the presence of trace molecules in the human body, optics can be used in a variety of ways to achieve compact, low-cost, stand-off sensing with extreme sensitivity and selectivity.

The hybrid (in-person and online) congress presents the latest developments in optical sensing and sensors as well as their use in a variety of applications. Of particular note are a number of hot topics being addressed: agri-photonics, fiber-based sensing, THz sensing, sensing solutions in manufacturing and the latest developments in comb spectroscopy, including fiber lasers and mid-IR sources.

The congress provides a forum for both the technical and applications sides of sensors to report the latest optical-based sensor advances, brings together major sensor developers and users and provides a showcase for the latest sensor prototypes and products.