Hyperspectral imaging continues to be one of the fast-moving areas of photonics with new advances in instrumentation and the continuous growth in image processing including machine learning and artificial intelligence. Spectral cameras are available in contrasting form factors from space-borne satellite installations to miniature MEMS-based sensors integrated into mobile phones. The breadth and range of applications also continues to grow. Hyperspectral and multispectral cameras are increasingly used on UAV platforms for agricultural and geological surveys. Similar spectral cameras are gaining increased application in industrial scenarios such as sorting, grading and quality control. Newer snapshot cameras provide video rate spectral imaging offering advantages in applications monitoring dynamic scenes such as in some medical imaging.

It can be a challenge to determine the advantages of the differing spectral imaging techniques for specific applications. Also, to determine when it’s best to use multispectral or hyperspectral approaches or the optimum way to process image data. The SPIE Hyperspectral Imaging 2022 conference covers all aspects of hyperspectral imaging and applications and aims to help address some of these questions. Researchers, application engineers, manufacturers and users in industry are all invited to submit papers and participate the event.

Contributions from academia, government, industry, and other research organizations are solicited in areas including:

Technology

  • Cameras, recent innovations
  • Chemical imaging
  • UAV and camera integration
  • Real-time video rate spectral imaging
  • Hyperspectral vs multispectral
  • Advances in SWIR imaging
  • Processing spectral signatures
  • Sensor technologies
  • Standards for hyperspectral imaging
  • Interpreting and analysis of data for meaningful results

  • Algorithms

  • Deep learning and neural networks
  • Machine learning
  • Novel classifiers
  • Multimodality data fusion
  • Super resolution
  • Noise reduction
  • Compressive sensing

  • Applications

  • Agriculture/environmental monitoring
  • Biomedical/clinical imagery
  • Counterfeit detection (drugs/currency)
  • Food and drink (quality/safety/sorting)
  • Geological analysis
  • Hyperspectral imaging on the production line
  • Manuscript and artifact examination
  • Oil/gas and energy sectors
  • Pathogen detection
  • Remote sensing (environmental/agriculture)
  • Recycling (Identification/sorting)
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    Conference PX106

    Hyperspectral Imaging and Applications

    This conference has an open call for papers:
    Abstract Due: 15 June 2022
    Author Notification: 29 August 2022
    Manuscript Due: 16 November 2022
    Hyperspectral imaging continues to be one of the fast-moving areas of photonics with new advances in instrumentation and the continuous growth in image processing including machine learning and artificial intelligence. Spectral cameras are available in contrasting form factors from space-borne satellite installations to miniature MEMS-based sensors integrated into mobile phones. The breadth and range of applications also continues to grow. Hyperspectral and multispectral cameras are increasingly used on UAV platforms for agricultural and geological surveys. Similar spectral cameras are gaining increased application in industrial scenarios such as sorting, grading and quality control. Newer snapshot cameras provide video rate spectral imaging offering advantages in applications monitoring dynamic scenes such as in some medical imaging.

    It can be a challenge to determine the advantages of the differing spectral imaging techniques for specific applications. Also, to determine when it’s best to use multispectral or hyperspectral approaches or the optimum way to process image data. The SPIE Hyperspectral Imaging 2022 conference covers all aspects of hyperspectral imaging and applications and aims to help address some of these questions. Researchers, application engineers, manufacturers and users in industry are all invited to submit papers and participate the event.

    Contributions from academia, government, industry, and other research organizations are solicited in areas including:

    Technology

  • Cameras, recent innovations
  • Chemical imaging
  • UAV and camera integration
  • Real-time video rate spectral imaging
  • Hyperspectral vs multispectral
  • Advances in SWIR imaging
  • Processing spectral signatures
  • Sensor technologies
  • Standards for hyperspectral imaging
  • Interpreting and analysis of data for meaningful results

  • Algorithms

  • Deep learning and neural networks
  • Machine learning
  • Novel classifiers
  • Multimodality data fusion
  • Super resolution
  • Noise reduction
  • Compressive sensing

  • Applications

  • Agriculture/environmental monitoring
  • Biomedical/clinical imagery
  • Counterfeit detection (drugs/currency)
  • Food and drink (quality/safety/sorting)
  • Geological analysis
  • Hyperspectral imaging on the production line
  • Manuscript and artifact examination
  • Oil/gas and energy sectors
  • Pathogen detection
  • Remote sensing (environmental/agriculture)
  • Recycling (Identification/sorting)
  • Conference Chair
    Pro-Lite Technology Ltd. (United Kingdom)
    Conference Co-Chair
    Univ. College Dublin (Ireland)
    Conference Co-Chair
    Nottingham Trent Univ. (United Kingdom)
    Program Committee
    Gary Llewellyn
    2Excel Aviation Ltd. (United Kingdom)
    Program Committee
    Univ. of Strathclyde (United Kingdom)
    Program Committee
    Univ. of Strathclyde (United Kingdom)
    Program Committee
    Univ. of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
    Program Committee
    King's College London (United Kingdom)
    Additional Information

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