Monet's painting confirmed genuine by using SPECIM’s hyperspectral camera

Monet's painting confirmed genuine by using SPECIM’s hyperspectral camera

The 1891 work ‘A Haystack in the Evening Sun’ was found to be a genuine piece of Claude Monet's work by researchers using a hyperspectral camera developed and produced by SPECIM.

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AisaIBIS measures plant stress

AisaIBIS measures plant stress

Scientists have confirmed that plant health and stress can be reliably measured by SPECIM’s AisaIBIS hyperspectral camera

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SPECIM's AISA systems are ruggedised spectral imaging solutions dedicated to airborne and defence usage, covering VNIR, SWIR and LWIR spectral ranges.

World leading mining companies gain major savings (up to $100 000 000) per mine by utilizing SPECIM’s SisuROCK drill core mineral mapping technology.

Chemical imaging is one of the most powerful non-destructive technologies, enabling advanced machine vision solutions for production, recycling, and quality control.

Hyperspectral imaging is today's technology to reveal the invisible, to generate an in depth understanding of phenomena and objects studied.

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