OIDA Sponsored Webinar: 3D and Snapshot Hyperspectral Cameras Based on Continuously Variable Filters

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OIDA Sponsored Webinar: 3D and Snapshot Hyperspectral Cameras Based on Continuously Variable Filters

20 May 2020, 11:00 - 12:00
EasternTime

With the availability of new spectral filtering technologies, Hyperspectral Imaging is on its way to becoming broadly available for industrial and commercial volume applications after only being affordable for space and defence industries. Continuously Variable Bandpass Filters are an innovative alternative with unique benefits to prisms, gratings and wafer-level coated filters. You will learn how to make use of Continuously Variable Bandpass Filters to design powerful 3D and snapshot Hyperspectral Imaging cameras.

Content:

  • A few words about Delta Optical Thin Film A/S
  • Continuously Variable Bandpass Filters for Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Characterization of high-resolution camera
  • Measurements compared with reference data
  • 3D and snapshot Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Discussion

This webinar is a two part series - click to view more information about the second webinar.

 

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Speaker

Dr.-Ing. Oliver Pust, Director, Sales and Marketing, Delta Optical Thin Film

Dr.-Ing. Oliver Pust (Director, Sales and Marketing) has a background as mechanical engineer and earned his doctoral degree within the field of laser optical measurement techniques. He has long-term experience in working together with international partners and sales of high-tech equipment to research and industry customers and joined Delta Optical Thin Film A/S in 2011. He is responsible for Delta’s global sales and marketing activities and enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge and experience on workshops, customer visits, exhibitions, and most recently webinars. Oliver takes great interest in his customers’ applications and helps them design innovative optical instruments by providing world class optical interference filters.

 

The views expressed in this webinar do not reflect those of OIDA and The Optical Society.