DALSA Corporation, a leading light in the field of digital imaging, is all set to hold a presentation in Hyperspectral and Multispectral image sensors for remote sensing, at Toulouse’s SPIE International Symposium, in the ARIANE Room on 22nd September, 2010, at 11:40hrs.
DALSA will also highlight its superior remote sensing Technology, consisting of TDI and multi spectral sensors, along with camera Technology, in booth # 403. SPIE is an international society for photonics and optics, established mainly to perpetuate light-based technologies.
DALSA’s Senior Program Manager, Cees Draijer, will present the paper. The presentation is about the challenges faced while crafting the high-end multispectral detectors and more specifically, integrated color filters needed to produce a multispectral detector. It will exhibit the advanced imaging technology to be used in applications related to security, Defense and Aerospace.
DALSA supplies high resolution and high speed cameras, with image processing software, to take care of security applications, such as gate and border surveillance, face recognition, undervehicle inspection, and also firefighting, search and rescue applications. DALSA not only provides cameras in visible and NIR spectrum, but also for SWIR, LWIR and MWIR detector-based turnkey imaging solutions.
The Company’s far reaching mastery in image sensors, for critical applications, makes it perfect for NIR camera technology, needed for detecting and identifying friends and enemies, and also for night vision. The NIR, MWIR, LWIR and SWIR camera solutions, offer visibility features in bad weather and low- light conditions, and through smoke and camouflage conditions.
DALSA’s hyperspectral and multispectral sensors are able to access high quality imaging information, to be utilized in reconnaissance and remote sensing applications. The multi spectral detectors have specialized line scan and TDI devices, providing high signal to noise ratio and sensitivity. Advancements in multispectral filters, provide detectors with visible and NIR range multiple color bands, in a handy economical assemblage. Its hyperspectral detectors, mostly 2D CCD or CMOS arrays, offer narrower bands. This when mixed with BST (back side thinning) process, achieves extremely high quantum efficiency levels and at the same time permits precise environmental measurements.