To help our clients explore the full potential of hyperspectral imaging, we offer a broad spectrum of services, ranging from consulting through to licensing.
By introducing Snapshot Hyperspectral imaging in 2012 Cubert launched a technological revolution which will change the way we perceive spectral imaging in the future.
Video spectral imagers are smaller, faster and more affordable than their traditional push broom line scan spectral imaging counterparts.This enables completely new applications besides the typical industrial sorting applications. Try one of our most advanced imagers now or talk with us about your specific needs.
The future of hyperspectral imaging is video Spectroscopy.
The world’s very first UV-VIS-NIR hyperspectral video imager makes previously unavailable applications possible.
With its wavelength range of 350-1000nm, the ULTRIS X20 continues Cubert’s ground-breaking development of extremely precise, light field-based hyperspectral snapshot cameras. This range makes it the world’s very first UV-VIS-NIR hyperspectral video imager.
The ULTRIS X20 Plus increases the spatial resolution of the ULTRIS X20, giving incredibly detailed images.
The X20 is extended with a second camera sensor: panchromatic – just one band, high resolution. We use this data to increase the spatial resolution of the spectral camera to 1880 x 1880 pixel, giving incredibly detailed images.
The cost effective solution opening up new markets for hyperspectral imaging.
Cubert’s smallest ever hyperspectral imaging camera is also its most affordable, to a price that can easily compete against RGB and multispectral cameras. By downsizing the fundamental light field technology of the ULTRIS 20, we have created a hyperspectral video camera featuring a 5 MP sensor that is just 30x30x50 mm and weighs only 120g.
No matter the scenario, the FireflEYE 185 slots right in, giving perfect results.
Since it was launched in 2012, the FireflEYE has consistently been improved upon, with the result that it is now our most versatile camera. At just 500g it can be attached to a microscope, endoscope or any device with a C-mount.