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Webcast: Food Quality & Safety - Hyperspectral Imaging Shows Value… Literally!
Hosted by Headwall | June 29, 2021
Used extensively as a remote sensing technique in agricultural and environmental monitoring, hyperspectral imaging (HSI) has started playing a more prominent role in food processing and other industrial monitoring applications. Combining spectral analysis with imaging creates a powerful technique that enhances the user’s ability to perform quality inspections of their product earlier in the workflow. Additionally, they can apply automation to reduce reliance on manual tasks. In this presentation we will review HSI technology's strengths and limitations, as well as provide some valuable, practical tips on setting up a system and working with the collected data. This webcast will focus on applications and the value this powerful technique can add to food processing operations and other areas. Use the button below to reserve your spot today.
Webcast: Objective Color Management
Hosted by HIAC | June 24, 2021
Accurate determination of color plays a crucial role in several markets. In this complex world where customer perception has the power to determine the commercial success of a product, hyperspectral imaging is a tool that will measure the light reflected by material in the visible range of wavelengths objectively and provides the additional benefit of the spatial dimension. During this webcast we will discuss real-world examples where Headwall's MV.X VNIR system demonstrates that it is the right solution for objective color measurement. Register today!
Webcast: Estimating Product Quality - Regression Workflow in perClass Mira
Hosted by HIAC | June 10, 2021
Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) enables estimation of product quality parameters such as sugar content, fat content, and firmness of fruit. The extra benefit of imaging sensors is their ability to focus the analysis on individual objects or heterogeneous products. In this presentation we will demonstrate the process of building custom estimation solutions without programing in perClass Mira. We will show how to deal with large data sets, how to clean the data effectively by identifying and removing outliers, and how to validate that the solution conforms to user-defined performance targets. And finally, we will explain how the regression solutions can be deployed in production. Please register below to participate and learn more.
Webcast: Hyperspectral Inspection of Incoming Product - The Sooner, the Better!
Hosted by HIAC | May 27, 2021
The early detection of quality issues, like fraud, and the ability to assess the value of a new batch of product before it enters the production workflow holds significant value. In this presentation we will discuss how hyperspectral imaging (HSI) can be used to quickly review products, like fruit, herbs, fish, and other items, and the type of information that can be derived from this inspection technique. We will also look at the benefits of early online and atline product inspection versus end of line quality control tests. Register today!
Exhibitor: 2021 SOFIC
Virtual Conference | May 17-19, 2021
The Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) is an opportunity for the SOF community to interact and collaborate on the challenges, initiatives, and future in delivering the most cutting-edge capabilities into the hands of SOF operators. We are a virtual exhibitor this year at Booth #1235 and hope you'll stop by to chat! Learn more and register here.
Presentations: 2021 STRATUS
Virtual Conference | May 17-19, 2021
The 2021 STRATUS (Systems and Technologies for Remote Sensing Applications Through Unmanned Aerial Systems) virtual conference will feature two presentations of papers by Headwall's Senior Applications Engineer, Carson Roberts. During the Technology, Algorithm, and Image Processing program on May 19th, the paper titled "Analysis of Mining Geology, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, and Slope Stability through UAV-Based Hyperspectral Imaging and LiDAR" as well as the paper "Solar Interference Causes Spurious Points in LiDAR Point Clouds Generated from UAV Measurements" will be presented and discussed. Learn more and register here.
Webcast: Preparation Pays Off - Planning & Analysis for HSI Remote Sensing Missions
Hosted by HIAC | May 13, 2021
Proper planning before undertaking a hyperspectral remote sensing mission is crucial for ensuring success, especially when the location is remote and/or the opportunity is rare. This webcast will provide recommendations based on experience as well as anecdotes from real missions to help you better prepare for your own missions. We will also review typical data-handling and common post-processing practices to ensure that you have the highest quality data to analyze. Register today to learn more and join in on the conversation.
Chairing: CLEO Conference 2021
Virtual Conference | May 9-14, 2021
The annual CLEO Conference for laser science and photonics applications will feature our very own Michael Mielke, Headwall Vice President of Engineering. He will be chairing a Space Optics session on earth remote sensing with an emphasis on technology that has been put into practice on Friday, May 14th, from 10am-12pm. Learn more here.
Webcast: Remote Hyperspectral Imaging
Hosted by HIAC | May 6, 2021
Remote sensing has always been a key application area for hyperspectral imaging. The power of this technique reaches its maximum potential when airborne data is collected in the complete VNIR/SWIR wavelength range simultaneously as well as when complementary technologies such as LiDAR are used in the same scene. In this webinar we are outlining examples of applications where these features provide great advantages and prove to be a key factor of success. Register today to learn more.
Webcast: Food Quality Inspection
Hosted by HIAC | April 15, 2021
Hyperspectral imaging provides several benefits in food quality inspection. Unlike conventional food inspection methods, hyperspectral imaging enables chemical analysis of products (as well as other objects) directly on the processing line in a non-destructive way. In this webinar, we will introduce you to how this powerful imaging technology can help you with your food quality inspection and food security applications. Join us to learn more.
Webcast: Hyperspectral Imaging Flights over Vineyards
Hosted by CHRSE | April 13, 2021
A crucial task of modern agriculture is to make quick and objective decisions to protect vineyards from human and natural impact. Hyperspectral imaging can monitor precious resources with the help of UAV’s and their capability to cover an extensive area with high spatial detail. This webcast is designed to introduce you to how Headwall's solutions accomplish this task and how the Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing in Europe (CHRSE) can support you to be successful with them.
Webcast: Embedded Hyperspectral Imaging
Hosted by HIAC | April 1, 2021
Hyperspectral Imaging is a very powerful technology allowing for non-destructive, real-time classification and analysis of objects. In the past, wider use in industrial production environments had been limited by the complexity of the technology. With the introduction of all embedded solutions providing actionable results directly, these thresholds have been overcome. Register today to learn more.
Exhibitor: Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing:
Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS)
Virtual Workshop | March 24-26, 2021
The aim of this 11th annual workshop is to bring together everyone involved in hyperspectral data processing. Headwall will be virtually exhibiting as well as hosting two virtual presentations at this event. Learn more about WHISPERS here. We hope to virtually see you there!
Webcast: Introduction to the Hyperspectral Imaging Application Center (HIAC)
Hosted by HIAC | March 18, 2021
HIAC was established with the vision to make the power of hyperspectral imaging technology available to the widest thinkable range of applications. To achieve this vision, HIAC will be bringing together experts of hyperspectral imaging technology and potential users to create applied solutions that will benefit from the inherent value of hyperspectral imaging. This webcast is the first in a series of events and will provide attendees with an introduction to HIAC, its capabilities, a tour of the facility, and an introduction to the magic of hyperspectral imaging.
Exhibitor: SPIE Photonics West 2021 Digital Forum
Virtual Event | March 6-11, 2021
The global industry's largest event puts you in touch with live plenary talks, on-demand technical presentations and discussions, online networking and special events, and a digital marketplace showcasing product demonstrations and business connections. We're excited to participate in their virtual exhibition and to talk about the magic of hyperspectral imaging's innovative technology. Be sure to reach out to us while you're online over those few days at our Virtual Exhibit. More information about Photonics West here.
Webcast & Demo: Food Processing Applications of Hyperspectral Imaging
Hosted by Headwall | November 17, 2020
Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) is a powerful tool for the discrimination of objects that may appear similar to the eye. Combining the capabilities of imaging with spectroscopy, this technique enables users to monitor important quality attributes of products without the need for sampling or laboratory testing. In this presentation, Headwall’s Senior Applications Engineer, Dr. William Rock, will speak about some of the challenges and value that HSI can offer in food processing applications. The agenda will include several application examples and a demonstration of Headwall’s award winning integrated HSI system - Hyperspec® MV.X.
Half-Day Webinar Workshop: CHRSE Autumn 2020 Virtual Workshop
Hosted by CHRSE | November 12, 2020
Over the past year industry conferences and events have either been cancelled or converted into virtual experiences. The Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Europe (CHRSE) Workshop 2020 in March was no exception and we are thrilled to be able to offer these engaging sessions for virtual participation or on demand viewing. The sessions are broken into two virtual rooms. Please register for one or both virtual rooms depending upon which topics you would like to learn more about.