Analytic Hyperspectral Sensing
Final rept. 15 Aug 2000-14 Aug 2005
PLAIN SIGHT SYSTEMS INC HAMDEN CT
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In the last year no-cost extension, Plain Sight Systems reached the goal of successfully building its second NIR standoff hyperspectral imaging system, NSTIS, the Near-Infrared Spectral Target Identification System. Data collection and development of associated analysis tools took place, and progress was made in the use of NSTIS as an integrated sensing and processing platform in collaboration with our initial customer Lockheed Martin. In concert with development of the NSTIS systems, Plain Sight Systems continued to develop spectrally tunable MOEMS based light sources and associated algorithms for direct spectral feature measurements via collaboration with Yale University and Kansas State University. These were and continue to be applied in real time chemical imaging tasks such as diagnostic pathology.
- Miscellaneous Detection and Detectors
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
- Recording and Playback Devices