Specim, the market leader of the hyperspectral industry, kicks off the 25th anniversary celebrations with the release of a new product: Specim AFX10.
Identify materials from the air
Specim’s new AFX10 is a compact and complete solution for lightweight hyperspectral imaging, that can be mounted for example on a drone.
Spectral imaging allows identifying one material from another simply by measuring the reflectance of light – without needing to take a sample. By mounting a spectral camera on a drone, it can be used for example in looking for contamination and determining the water quality, estimating the fertilizing need in agriculture, identifying vegetation species, or studying wildlife population from the air.
High quality in small size
“This is not the first time our cameras have gone airborne,” says Jukka Okkonen, the product owner of the AFX10. “Our AISA product family has been around for a long time, but now our customers are looking also for smaller, more lightweight solutions that can be mounted on most drones.”
AFX10 is based on the FX product family, which is a high-quality hyperspectral camera series designed specifically for industrial use. This new product brings the benefits of the FX series to the airborne use.
“One clear benefit of our solution is the efficient use of light. That combined with our advanced image enhancement technology means, that we can offer the highest data quality available.”
Our customers require fast and accurate information as they strive to gather information to improve quality, increase value, and make sustainable choices.
As the world’s leading hyperspectral imaging solutions provider, a well-known forerunner, and passionate developer of the technology, we provide our customers with the data they can trust and act upon, whether in the industrial surrounding, research laboratory, or field.
With our help, our customers can achieve their goals, keep their promises and find new value in their work.
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