Color imaging (RGB) is an integral component of nearly every industry manufacturing colored products: electronic imaging, digital photography, printing, desktop publishing, car industry, textile, paints, plastics, etc. Spectral imaging is a recently developed more sophisticated technology to overcome the problems of conventional color imaging systems, using additional spectral bands and so reaching a great spectral and spatial resolution. Polarimetric imaging, on its side, explores polarization, a feature of light invisible to the unaided eye or cameras which hides valuable information applicable to industrial inspection and other applications. Lidar and TOF imaging adds information regarding the 3D geometry of scenes and objects.
This 1-day training course provides the industry with a background in color, spectral, polarimetric, and lidar imaging using state-of-the-art instrumentation and recent research developments. This industrial ‘hands-on’ training program outlines new applications in machine vision linked to novel imaging modes, by dedicated tutorials and mentoring from technical experts.