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.
Headwall's Hyperspec® family of hyperspectral sensors and imaging systems are small, light, and rugged. Our sensors operate across the 250 to 2500 nm wavelength range with the MWIR available upon request.
Headwall's integrated hyperspectral sensor drones combine our advanced sensors with a choice of GPS/IMU mounted on a high-performance UAV. LiDAR and active stabilizing gimbals are also available for many configurations. Our solutions are fully data-tested, and training is available at our facility or online.
Our award-winning Hyperspec® MV.X overcomes the obstacle of handling vast amounts of raw data. It simplifies model development by combining a high-performance spectrometer with powerful embedded computing to extract actionable results in real time.
A variety of sensors can be mounted on our scanning kits for use on the benchtop or on rotational stages for use in the field. Headwall also offers broadband lighting systems for wavelengths that match the sensitivity and wavelength ranges of our sensors.
Headwall will work with you at each stage of the OEM product development process, from concept & specification, to prototyping, testing, and to volume production. Our applications and engineering resources are there to help you meet your needs on time and on budget.
Headwall can also create specialized application-specific sensors. These sensors can be optimized from the ground up to address customer needs. Our Solar-Induced Fluorescence imaging sensor was developed with customer input by domain experts, ultimately meeting or exceeding its design goals and winning the prestigious OSA Team Engineering Excellence Award.
Data collection is only part of the story at Headwall. Powerful image processing photonics software not only manages the hardware, but also processes and interprets the data after download.