Camo Analytics announces the release of Unscrambler HSI, an all-new tool for multivariate analysis of hyperspectral images, available as standalone tool and integrated real-time solution for OEMs.
Unscrambler HSI is part of the Unscrambler analytics suite, which cover the entire process from design to production in order to develop products faster, improve product quality and optimise processes. Benefiting from the industry leading tool for spectroscopy, Unscrambler HSI includes methods for multivariate exploration and classification, and has all the functionality needed for transformations, outlier detection and model validation to improve quality and outcomes.
“We are thrilled to expand our Unscrambler product family with hyperspectral image analysis,” says Lars Gidskehaug, Product Manager at Camo Analytics.
Unscrambler HSI is available as standalone tool for offline analysis and integrated real-time solution for OEMs.
“Hyperspectral imaging offers new ways for quality control and process monitoring, so this will be a natural expansion of the analytical capabilities we offer already on our real-time platform,” Lars continues.
Explorative, multivariate analysis for better analytical insights
Underpinned by Camo’s 35 years of experience in multivariate analysis, Unscrambler HSI provides significantly more information from each model – and more reliable models – than generic image analysis does.
Unscrambler HSI features our exploratory approach where domain experts can easily explore analytics questions and discover insights while building and validating models.
The Unscrambler HSI Engine enables manufactures of hyperspectral imaging solutions to integrate multivariate classification models in their instrument software for real time deployment.
Unscrambler HSI is available for purchase online and as a free 10-day trial, which includes demo data and a step-by-step tutorial to experience the ease of use and powerful explorative analysis.
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