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Headwall Photonics, Inc.
601 River Street
Fitchburg, MI, 01420

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Imaging Sensor helps agriculturalists measures plant health.   Return to story
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Headwall Photonics, Inc.
601 River Street
Fitchburg , MI  01420   USA
Phone: 978-353-4100
FAX: 978-348-1864
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Chris Van Veen
Phone: 978-353-4051
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Imaging Sensor  helps agriculturalists measures plant health.

Imaging Sensor helps agriculturalists measures plant health.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Jul 18, 2014 Optimized with robust packaging for airborne and satellite deployment, Hyperspec® High Resolution Imaging Sensor analyzes chlorophyll fluorescence emissions to measure plant health. Sensor is based on all-reflective concentric optical design that uses precise, high diffraction efficiency gratings for simultaneous high spatial and spectral resolution of <0.1 nm across spectral range of instrument. Low stray light and minimized smile and keystone distortion are fundamental to design.

VNIR Hyperspectral Sensor suits hand-launched UAVs.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Jul 02, 2014 Intended for commercial UAV deployment, Nano-Hyperspec Sensor operates in 400–1,000 nm spectral range and includes onboard data processing and storage to minimize constraints inherent with small, hand-launched UAVs. Sensor can be combined with optional GPS/IMU capabilities to provide fully integrated airborne configuration. Measuring 3 x 3 x 4.7 in., sensor features 640 spatial bands and 270 spectral bands at 2–3 nm resolution. Frame rate is over 300 fps and usable data storage capacity is 480 GB.
VNIR-SWIR Sensor covers 400-2,500 spectral range.

VNIR-SWIR Sensor covers 400-2,500 spectral range.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
May 14, 2014 Designed for remote sensing applications such as environmental monitoring and mineral exploration, Hyperspec® VNIR-SWIR Sensor achieves precise, high-resolution imaging through co-registered pixels utilizing single fore-optic input for optimized spectral fidelity across entire spectral range. Unit features diffractive optics, eliminating image aberrations such as keystone, smile, or stray light and thermal variation. Measuring 15 x 15 x 8 in., sensor weighs less than 30 lb.
Data Acquisition Software manages hyperspectral data.

Data Acquisition Software manages hyperspectral data.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Apr 16, 2014 Running on Hyperspec Data Processing Unit, Hyperspec III Software controls hyperspectral sensors across applications ranging from manned aircraft to UAV airborne remote sensing. Multi-threaded software supports both USB and CameraLink interfaces, and can control more than one sensor simultaneously. With sensor frame rates in excess of 400 fps, software is designed for rapid collection and management of large volumes of incoming hyperspectral data.
Portable Compact Sensor facilitates spectral imaging research.

Portable Compact Sensor facilitates spectral imaging research.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Mar 31, 2014 Designed for commercial use by environmental researchers, civil engineers, and remote sensing organizations, Hyperspec® Snapshot covers VNIR spectral range (380–1,000 nm). Imaging sensor uses diffractive optics technology, comprising aberration-corrected features, for optimal spectral/spatial resolution and SNR characteristics. Featuring SFF, fully integrated design, hyperspectral imager provides point-and-click functionality; scene data is shown on LCD screen and recorded on SD-card.

Airborne Hyperspectral System acquires and processes images/data.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Nov 04, 2013 Micro-Hyperspec hyperspectral sensor, based on aberration-corrected sensor design, comprises core element of completely integrated airborne solution for hyperspectral image acquisition and data-processing. Other elements include GPS unit, Hyperspec Data Processing Unit, and airborne-specific hyperspectral software for image acquisition, sensor control, and synchronization for flight-plan efficiency. Configuration is optimized for SWaP considerations on manned aircraft and UAVs.

Diffraction Gratings feature aberration correction.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Jul 23, 2013 Guaranteed to meet groove profile and density specifications from prototype to production, Holographic Diffraction Gratings are aberration-corrected, meaning that unwanted optical effects such as keystone and smile are eliminated. Small-form-factor, temperature-insensitive products offer high SNR and low stray light performance. Applications include color management, plant phenotyping, pathogen detection, semiconductor fabrication, process monitoring, and remote sensing.
Hyperspectral Imaging Kit fosters composition evaluation.

Hyperspectral Imaging Kit fosters composition evaluation.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Sep 21, 2012 Optimized for 250–600 nm UV-VIS spectral band, Hyperspec UV Starter Kit provides everything needed to evaluate and categorize spectral composition of materials and samples within UV spectral region. This hyperspectral imaging system, designed for laboratory researchers, comes with Hyperspec UV imaging spectrometer, gantry assembly, calibrated power-stabilized lighting, linear stage and controller, and processor engine with Hyperspec software.

Raman Imaging Sensor is suited for UV applications.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Dec 06, 2010 Available for laser excitation as low as 248 nm, Raman Explorer 248 enables UV analysis in stand-off detection and in-line processing applications. Designed for harsh environments, unit can be configured as multi-channel spectrometer and enables opportunity to use techniques such as Raman line-scan analysis and spatially-offset Raman spectroscopy. Product also helps users in defense and homeland security sectors detect explosives and other chemical threats.
Hyperspectral Imager targets process manufacturing.

Hyperspectral Imager targets process manufacturing.

Headwall Photonics, Inc.    Fitchburg, MI 01420
Mar 13, 2009 Based on aberration-corrected concentric design, Hyperspec Extended VNIR sensor delivers performance optimized for process inspection applications such as semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and food safety/quality. Hyperspectral imaging instrument covers 600-1,600 nm spectral range and delivers spatial uniformity. Imager range addresses UV-VIS, VIS, VNIR, and Extended VNIR spectral regions as well as near infrared and short wave IR.

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Oct 30, 2013

Italy's Foremost Distributor of Analytical Instruments Adds Headwall's Hyperspectral Sensors and Raman Imagers

Sep 19, 2013

Headwall Appoints Portable Analytical Solutions as Integrator for Australia, New Zealand

Jan 24, 2013

Headwall-Alava Remote Sensing Solution Takes Wing Aboard Ultralight Aircraft

Nov 27, 2012

UTC Aerospace Systems Selects Headwall Hyperspectral Imaging Sensor for SYERS-2 Program

Nov 02, 2012

Headwall and QualySense Collaborate on in-Line Hyperspectral Inspection for Precision Grain Sorting

Jul 17, 2012

NT Space Set to Lift off for Remote Sensing Mission with Headwall's Hyperspectral Sensor Payload

Jun 26, 2012

Headwall Photonics Delivers Small, Lightweight Hyperspectral Sensor to Advanced Coherent Technologies LLC

Jun 20, 2012

Headwall Photonics Wins Prestigious 2012 R&D 100 Award for Its Hyperspec RECON Sensor

Jun 07, 2012

Headwall and ReSe Applications Partner for Airborne Spectral Imaging Solutions

Jan 07, 2011

For Military & Defense Applications, High Performance Hyperspectral Imaging Sensor Garners Industry Praise for Sensor Innovation

Mar 01, 2007

Frost & Sullivan Awards Headwall Photonics 2006 Product Innovation Award

Mar 01, 2006

Hamilton Sundstrand's Applied Instrument Technologies Group Selects Headwall's Raman Explorer for New Raman Process Analyzer Product Line

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