Let’s Talk About SWIR
We would like to learn more about your SWIR applications.
- Why do you use SWIR?
- Which criteria are decisive for you when choosing a suitable SWIR camera?
- What challenges do you see in the SWIR sector?
- And what do you think is still missing for a perfect solution?
Within the framework of an innovation project, we are currently working on the topic "SWIR - short wave infrared" and are looking for users and experts who are interested in an exchange.
Are you interested? We are looking forward to your message:
What do we mean by SWIR?
With the help of short wave infrared radiation (SWIR), users can make the invisible visible. In doing so, they operate in a wavelength range between 0.9 and 1.7 μm or in some cases between 0.7 and 2.5 μm. Usually InGaAs (Indium Gallium Arsenide) sensors are used for this purpose.
The areas of application are diverse and range from food inspection or solar cell inspection to the recycling of plastics and the inspection of moisture in agriculture and forestry to applications in the medical sector.