Hyperspec MV.X Visualize Value at the Speed of Light
The Future of Food using Industry-leading Hyperspec® MV.X platform paired with real-time onboard classification on processing/production lines.
From specialty crops to seafood and poultry, the global food industry adopts advanced tools to ensure the quality and safety of food supplies. Headwall’s award-winning MV.X technology platform overcomes these obstacles by combining a high-performance spectrometer with powerful embedded computing to extract actionable results in real-time. Machine learning and artificial intelligence-powered perClass® MIRA software performs runtime processing and makes model development very intuitive. The web user interface of the MV.X allows for remote control and maintenance of the system.
Headwall’s HYPERSPEC® family of hyperspectral sensors and imaging systems are small, light, and rugged. The simple but elegant all-concentric design uses precisely-engineered master-quality holographic diffraction gratings and mirrors to deliver high signal-to-noise, high spectral and spatial resolution, and a wide, aberration-corrected field of view.
HYPERSPEC® sensors are line-scanning hyperspectral cameras (sometimes called pushbroom) that collect reflected light through an image slit. One row of spatial pixels is collected per frame as motion occurs, with each pixel containing full spectral data.
A hyperspectral data cube thus contains complete X, Y, and wavelength data that can be analyzed and managed through Headwall’s powerful applications software.
- Hyperspectral Imaging System: not just a camera
- Built for challenging VNIR (400-1000nm) machine-vision applications on the processing line
- Fast onboard, embedded processing for real-time classification
- GenICam-compliant GigE interface with an IP67-rated housing
- Flexible yet robust and straightforward workflo
How to Apply the HyperSpec MV-X
Foreign object detection / Contamination detection / Sorting and grading / Process analytics / Safety and Pathogen detection
Speak to PAS for expert guidance on hyperspectral imaging options from Headwall Photonics.