Wideblue and academic partners publish paper on a new Hyperspectral camera

10 February 2020

The paper was published in the Optical Society’s leading academic journal, Applied Optics. The successful collaboration, to design and manufacture a low-cost Hyperspectral imaging device for agriculture, was undertaken as part of an Innovate UK project, led by Wideblue and involved a number of academic partners including University of Strathclyde, University of West of Scotland, the James Hutton Institute and precision agriculture experts Galloway & MacLeod.

For more information on the project and technology, click here.

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