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Analytik Report on Rapid Multispectral Imaging Developments for the QC Laboratory


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The VideometerLab can operate at wavelengths outside human vision - Near Infrared and Ultraviolet – and therefore useful information may be generated about texture, water saturation and fluorescence behaviour.

The system has been designed for fast analysis with minimum user interaction. It can automatically detect features which the user has previously defined as important. For example, it is a simple task to identify an out-of-specification tablet in a single measurement taking 6 seconds, or automatically detect Fusarium infection on barley grains. The analysis uses a combination of wavelength response and geometric information.

Multispectral imaging first appeared in the late 80's but has only recently been adopted with imaging techniques becoming less expensive, more reliable and rapid. The VideometerLab provides a cost-effective alternative to comparable systems. It operates non-destructively in ten seconds or less and is delicate enough to use on extremely fragile materials.

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