Hyperspectral imaging is an extremely accurate method to identify and distinguish different materials based on the light reflection properties of chemical compounds. Specim set out to miniaturise chemical imaging from bulky industrial equipment down to a hand-held, point-and-shoot device for more efficient plant stress and disease monitoring.
Specim Oy, a VTT spin-off, has developed the world’s first mobile hyperspectral camera for the fast, high-level analysis of a range of samples.
Fläkt Woods’s new OPTIVENT® ULTRA, developed in collaboration with VTT and coupled with modern control technology, achieves a high level of both indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
VTT’s solution enables compact devices for telecommunications and security camera applications at even higher frequencies
VTT has developed a new manufacturing technology for the integration of very high-frequency terahertz systems.
Spectral Engines, a growth company that originated at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, is about to launch a portable drug screening device police patrols can use for rapid and cost-efficient on-site screening of suspected drugs.
VTT has acquired a system from SemiProbe to perform automatic and simultaneous Electro-Optical tests at Wafer Level (E/O WLT).
Launched on the morning of 23 June from India, the Aalto-1 satellite’s first month in space has gone according to plan. The photograph was taken by the secondary camera for the VTT-developed hyperspectral camera.