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Hyperspectral Imaging - Technology Update

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In this white paper, Pro-Lite’s Dr Nick Barnett provides an update on the current and emerging technologies employed in commercially available multispectral and hyperspectral imagers. Spectral imaging is starting to become a mainstream imaging technology and is playing an increasing role in important topical issues of the day including recycling plastics, precision farming, food analysis and environmental monitoring.

The “New” Raman: Streamlined, Flexible and Powerful

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Raman spectroscopy is powerful and versatile analytical tool that is applied in a vast array of applications from materials science to medical diagnostics. In this white paper, Pro-Lite explains how a new class of spectrometers developed by Wasatch Photonics results in compact Raman spectrometers far faster and more sensitive than typical compact spectrometers.

Nanopositioning using standing wave piezoelectric motors

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In photonics motion control applications, how do you combine speed with nanometric precision and unlimited travel? These seemingly conflicting requirements are uniquely addressed by ultrasonic, standing-wave, direct-drive piezoelectric motors. This technology provides unlimited linear or rotary motion of a ceramic tip that transfers drive to a target, operating in a manner similar to a DC servo motor but with much higher resolution, an order-of-magnitude higher speed and a wider dynamic range.

Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin of the Rocks. Copyright: The National Gallery, London 

Spectral imaging sheds light on Leonardo masterpiece

Giorgia Marucci from Pro-Lite Technology visits the National Gallery in London to find out how hyperspectral imaging was used to reveal the history behind Leonardo da Vinci’s The Virgin of the Rocks

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