Publisert 2022

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Tidsskrift : Sensors , vol. 22 , p. 1–25–0 , 2022

Utgiver : MDPI

Internasjonale standardnummer :
Trykt : 1424-8220
Elektronisk : 1424-8220

Publikasjonstype : Vitenskapelig artikkel

Bidragsytere : Morales, Alejandro; Horstrand, Pablo; Guerra, Raúl; Leon, Raquel; Ortega Sarmiento, Samuel; Díaz, María; Melián, José M.; López, Sebastián; López, José F.; Callico, Gustavo M.; Martel, Ernestina; Sarmiento, Roberto

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Kjetil Aune


Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI) techniques have demonstrated potential to provide useful information in a broad set of applications in different domains, from precision agriculture to environmental science. A first step in the preparation of the algorithms to be employed outdoors starts at a laboratory level, capturing a high amount of samples to be analysed and processed in order to extract the necessary information about the spectral characteristics of the studied samples in the most precise way. In this article, a custom-made scanning system for hyperspectral image acquisition is described. Commercially available components have been carefully selected in order to be integrated into a flexible infrastructure able to obtain data from any Generic Interface for Cameras (GenICam) compliant devices using the gigabyte Ethernet interface. The entire setup has been tested using the Specim FX hyperspectral series (FX10 and FX17) and a Graphical User Interface (GUI) has been developed in order to control the individual components and visualise data. Morphological analysis, spectral response and optical aberration of these pushbroom-type hyperspectral cameras have been evaluated prior to the validation of the whole system with different plastic samples for which spectral signatures are extracted and compared with well-known spectral libraries.