Cubert Hyperspectral Imagers
Cubert hyperspectral cameras offer snapshot hyperspectral imaging, delivering one hyperspectral data-cube within milliseconds of the sensor read-out. Easy-to-use visible band hyperspectral imagers can be used in biomedical applications, in machine vision, and in high-speed applications such as plasma research. Bodkin Design is the exclusive distributor of Cubert spectral imaging products in North America.
Corning Hyperspectral Imaging Technology
The Corning microHSI Sensor is designed for the 400-1000 nm spectral range, delivering slit scan data in the smallest package available. The immersed optical bench of this hyperspectral sensor is higher performing and lower cost than other slit scan system technologies. This sensor comes in an easy-to-use format, ideal for applications like process control, precision agriculture, medical diagnostics, food quality, and others. The microHSI 410 sensor is Corning’s standard product offering for the 400-1000 nm spectral range. Customizable versions are also available. Bodkin Design is an authorized distributor of Corning hyperspectral products.
BD&E values collaboration with other innovative companies to refine and optimize hyperspectral imagers. In 2018, we collaborated with FLIR to develop hyperspectral imaging systems that allow you to capture spectral information in a high-speed video frame. The capabilities of our hyperspectral imagers are enhanced to capture visible, NIR, SWIR, MWIR, or LWIR wavebands. Check out our imagers above or on our rental page.
Bodkin Design Hyperspectral Cameras
Bodkin Design’s series of Hyperspectral imagers cover the infrared bands from SWIR to LWIR. They use the patented HyperPixel Array™ (HPA™) technology to capture spectral and spatial information in one instantaneous video frame using off-the-shelf focal plane array. This unique technology creates a robust system free of moving parts that eliminates motion artifacts and maximizes signal-to-noise.
Each HyperPixel™ is a separate spectrographic channel capable of resolving hundreds of spectral bins. Since it does not scan, there is no temporal distortion of the data-cube.
The nature of the design makes the HPA™ ideal for high-speed hyperspectral imaging of transient events and for observation from moving platforms. The device has no moving components making the system virtually immune to mechanical failure. The unique optical system provides a fully registered, hyperspectral data cube on every video frame. These devices can be used with virtually any fore-optic, from telescopes to microscopes.