Laboratory systems

Use spectral properties for many applications

Hyperspectral sensor technology has a very broad field of application in the laboratory.


In medical diagnostics, for example, it is a high-resolution tool for imaging applications of tissues at the microscopic or cellular level. It is used for non-invasive diagnostic imaging, optical biopsy, tissue delineation and therapeutic analysis.

In the food industry, hyperspectral imaging is particularly useful for the evaluation and inspection of foods such as specialty crops, nuts and cereal products as well as meat products such as lamb, poultry and beef. The study of crops and their models is another area in which hyperspectral sensors play a key role.

In addition, hyperspectral imaging is also widely used in forensics and document verification.