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Hyperspectral Imaging & Applications Conference

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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Prof Stephen Marshall (Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Neil Clancy
(Technical Programme Organiser)
Faculty of Engineering Science,
University College London
Dr Aoife Gowen,
(Publication)
University College Dublin, Ireland
Dr Matt Gunn,
Aberystwyth University
Prof Andy Harvey
School of Physics & Astronomy,
University of Glasgow
Abi Ramanan
ImpactVision, CA, USA.
Dr Jinchang Ren (Co-Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Peter Yuen
Electro-Optics, Image & Signal Processing, Centre for Electronics Warfare, Cranfield University

 

PREVIOUS EVENT
Click here to download the 2016 programme.

The world’s first commercial light field snapshot spectral camera – LightShift™ – released by Surface Optics Corporation

Surface Optics Corporation has announced the release of LightShift™, the world’s first commercial light field snapshot spectral imaging system. Based on Surface Optics Corporation’s patented, plenoptic spectral imaging design, LightShift instantaneously collects spectral, polarization, and light field data at every pixel. LightShift’s multimodal datasets are captured and processed at video rates (28 fps), opening the door to spectral imaging for countless applications concerned with dynamic or time-sensitive environments.

“LightShift is the successor to line-scanning hyperspectral cameras because it images only those spectral wavelengths relevant to the customer’s application,” said Jonathan Dummer, CEO of Surface Optics Corporation. “Selecting feature wavelengths achieves higher accuracy, faster, than using the full spectra. LightShift’s pioneering opto-mechanical design also provides for the capture of polarization and light field information. This important information is not provided by other spectral imaging systems and can increase classification accuracy when combined with multispectral data. Compact, solid-state and operating at video-rates, LightShift is the ideal platform for researchers seeking to mature a spectral imaging solution for commercial or industrial applications.”

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Prof Stephen Marshall (Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Neil Clancy
(Technical Programme Organiser)
Faculty of Engineering Science,
University College London
Dr Aoife Gowen,
(Publication)
University College Dublin, Ireland
Dr Matt Gunn,
Aberystwyth University
Prof Andy Harvey
School of Physics & Astronomy,
University of Glasgow
Abi Ramanan
ImpactVision, CA, USA.
Dr Jinchang Ren (Co-Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Peter Yuen
Electro-Optics, Image & Signal Processing, Centre for Electronics Warfare, Cranfield University

 

PREVIOUS EVENT
Click here to download the 2016 programme.

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PAPERS PUBLICATION

Journal of Spectral Imaging

KEY DATES

13/07/2018 – Abstracts deadline (NOW CLOSED)
16/08/2018 – Notification of acceptance
12/09/2018 – Two-page abstract submission. Publication ready for proceedings
10/10/2018 – HSI Conference begins.