+++ Meet us at the following events in 2022 +++ 26-29 April: Anuga Food Tech, Cologne +++ 26-29 April: Laser World of Photonics, Munich (through SphereOptics GmbH) +++ 22-24 June: 12th EARSeL Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, Potsdam +++ 13-16 Sept: Spectro Expo, Rome +++ 04-06 Oct: Vision, Stuttgart+++ Meet us at the following events in 2022 +++ 26-29 April: Anuga Food Tech, Cologne +++ 26-29 April: Laser World of Photonics, Munich (through SphereOptics GmbH) +++ 22-24 June: 12th EARSeL Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, Potsdam +++ 13-16 Sept: Spectro Expo, Rome +++ 04-06 Oct: Vision, Stuttgart+++ Meet us at the following events in 2022 +++ 26-29 April: Anuga Food Tech, Cologne +++ 26-29 April: Laser World of Photonics, Munich (through SphereOptics GmbH) +++ 22-24 June: 12th EARSeL Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, Potsdam +++ 13-16 Sept: Spectro Expo, Rome +++ 04-06 Oct: Vision, Stuttgart
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.
The ULTRIS 5 is one of the smallest hyperspectral videocamera on the market and is a real workhorse, able to be integrated into a multitude of scenarios.
It covers the same spectral range as the first ULTRIS 20, (450-850 nm – VNIR), with a sampling rate of 8 nm, a total of 50 bands, and a frame rate of >15 Hz.
The resolution is 250 x 250 pixels, so still 25x higher than the resolution of the FireflEYE V185.
The ULTRIS 5 makes hyperspectral imaging cost effective where it hasn’t been until now.
The ULTRIS 5 opens up new markets for HSI thanks to its combination of affordability and performance. It is primarily targeted towards original equipment manufacturers, as we envisage numerous industrial and operational applications ranging from skin cancer detection to triage of recycling.
Cubert’s powerful HSI software CUVIS takes raw data, reflectance and even radiance and allows hyperspectral videos at up to 15Hz. It allows first analyses on recorded image cubes, as well as directly on the live data stream. Spectral indices, customized plug-ins, and even classification solutions can be directly applied in real-time. The powerful SDK allows for perfect system integration. The processing engine enables you to run live classification and custom mathematical functions either live or on pre-recorded data.
As with its big brother the X20 the ULTRIS 5’s light field-based technology is highly transferable and can be adapted to specific application requirements. The ULTRIS 5 was clearly targeted towards operational usage in an industrial or production environment. The cost efficient design of the camera makes the ULTRIS 5 most attractive for system integrators, looking for an alternative to classic RGB-based machine vision or who need to design a system high in numbers. The ULTRIS 5 has a low delivery time, high reliability and together with the internally developed software SDK can easily be integrated into any controlling environment.Our technology – lightfield
Like any other Cubert camera the super-light ULTRIS 5 is of course also suited to be used on a UAS. Its low weight allows for mounting even on very small and cost efficient drones, or combining it with multisensor systems.
The Food Industry’s Appetite for Hyperspectral Imaging Grows. Hyperspectral imaging enables contact free analysis of food quality on the processing line. The ULTRIS 5 supports you with the most affordable hyperspectral snapshot device to date.
Biomedical imaging supports physicians in their work with the best available imaging information. With hyperspectral measurement methods, the industry can use another dimension of image analysis to open up new fields of application. The ULTRIS 5 offers the most lightweight and adaptable solution so far. The device can be attached to all conventional microscopes and endoscopes.
Although designed for operational applications, the ULTRIS 5 is an easy-to-use but full-fledged hyperspectral snapshot camera and can also contribute to answering scientific questions.
Recognizing invisible spectral features of goods in a production environment is a strength of the camera. perClass Mira can help in setting up an automated algorithm for the detection of relevant thresholds in the data, which define whether goods pass or fail a quality test.
Standard lightweight housing IP40
Weighing less than 130g, the camera is the lightest-ever hyperspectral video camera.
Industrial housing IP66
Even for harsh environments the ULTRIS 5 is fully prepared. The industrial IP66 housing protects the camera from splash water, haze and dust.