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Upcoming Events

Visit Headwall at these upcoming events

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Recording of Online seminar with the Univ of Florida Gainesville

March 24, 2020

UPDATE: Headwall and the University of Florida Gainesville hosted an online seminar starting at 9am on Tuesday, March 24 with researchers from the University of Florida Gainesville. Although we have cancelled the on-site seminar, our speakers expressed a strong interest in presenting their work and answering questions during a live online event.

Dr. Will Rock, Senior Application Engineer at Headwall, spoke about hyperspectral imaging technology and remote sensing. He also discussed application examples in the lab, in the field, and in the air! There was also a pre-recorded demonstration of the hyperspectral scanning process and data analysis.

  • "Assessing plant stress using hyperspectral imaging in a lab-based setting", presented by Stephen Lantin, PhD student Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • “Multi-Target Multiple Instance Learning for Hyperspectral Target Detection”, presented by Dr. Susan Meerdink, Postdoctoral Scientist, Zare – Machine Learning and Sensing Lab, University of Florida
  • “Combining hyperspectral data and other sources to analyze tropical forest canopy function”, presented by Trina Merrick, PhD, Department of Geography, Florida State University and Associate Researcher, SPEC Lab, GatorEye Unmanned Flying LabForest Resources and Geomatics, University of Florida
  • "Monitoring tropical forest restoration by a drone-lidar-hyperspectral system", presented by Danilo R. A. de Almeida, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, SPEC Lab, GatorEye Unmanned Flying LabForest Resources and Geomatics, University of Florida

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POSTPONED Opening & Workshop at the CHRSE

March 5 - 6, 2020

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to recent events involving the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have postponed the on-site opening workshop for the Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Europe (CHRSE).

We will be posting additional information on the CHRSE webpage as the situation evolves.

Be a part of the next evolutionary step in the development of application-relevant solutions on more intuitive platforms. The CHRSE brings multi-modal hardware, software, and application expertise together.

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Demo Day at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography

March 31, 2020

UPDATE: we have postponed the on-site, free seminar on hyperspectral imaging. However, stay tuned as we will explore alternate dates as the situation hopefully improves.

Hyperspectral imaging is a vital technology for many applications, including remote sensing for environmental monitoring, precision agriculture, infrastructure inspection, and food inspection and grading.

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Global Seafood Expo - Brussels

Seafood Expo Global 2020

April 21 - 23, 2020

UPDATE: the Seafood Processing Global expo in Brussels has been officially postponed. We are monitoring the situation daily and as soon as further information is available, we will post it here.

Headwall's hyperspectral machine vision cameras can help you inspect and grade seafood on the lab benchtop and along the processing line.

We have deployed systems to identify foreign matter and grade poultry and meats, as well as nuts.

Where: Place de Belgique 1, Brussels, Belgium, Booth 3-5453
When: April 21 - 23, 2020

Let's talk about your application and needs!