chii2017 - Conference on Hyperspectral Imaging in Industry



STEMMER IMAGING - Machine Vision Distributor

Machine Vision from Europe's No 1 Technology Provider

STEMMER IMAGING is Europe's largest imaging technology provider with head office in Germany (Puchheim near Munich) and subsidiaries in many European countries.

Our mission is to provide the users and developers of imaging technology with competitive advantage by adding value in the supply of quality components, expertise and support. Everything from a single source.


SPECIM is a world leading company for hyperspectral imaging instruments, analyzers and systems. We provide our ImSpector imaging spectrographs, spectral cameras, and hyperspectral imaging solutions with software tools to a rapidly increasing number of industrial OEM customers and a large scientific clientele. Our AISA family of airborne hyperspectral sensors provides market leading solutions for remote sensing, from small UAV systems to full featured commercial, research and military remote sensing tools. Our sisuROCK workstation is revolutionary concept for mining industry serving in business decision making during exploration phase and actual mining operations.

Delta Optical Thin Film

Delta Optical Thin Film

Delta Optical Thin Film A/S develops and manufactures custom Bifrost Continuously Variable Bandpass Filters (CVBPF) for mid-size and full-frame CCD/CMOS sensors (e.g., 25 mm x 25 mm or 24 mm x 36 mm). These filters offer very high transmission and are fully blocked in the light-sensitive wavelength range of silicon-based detectors (200 nm to 1150 nm). The combination of CVBPFs with silicon detectors allows the design of very compact, robust and affordable HSI detectors that offer several advantages and benefits over conventional approaches.

Norsk Elektro Optikk AS (NEO)

Norsk Elektro Optikk was established in 1985 as a privately owned research company within the field of electro optics. The founders had their scientific and technical background from the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment, which for the last 30-40 years have been the leading research organization in electro optics in Norway.

The hyperspectral imaging activities at NEO started in 1995 with the HISS (Hyperspectral Imager for Small Satellites) project for ESA. The R&D activities in hyperspectral imaging has been partly funded through participation in several EU projects, as well as projects funded by the Ministry of Defense and the Norwegian Research Council together with internal funding through commercialization of the technology.


imec - embracing a better life

IMEC offers CMOS based hyperspectral imaging sensors and vision solutions. Spectral filter on-chip technology enables extremely compact, low cost and high volume hyperspectral solutions.

From precision farming in UAV to agriculture robots, machine vision, optical sorting to medical imaging applications, imec mission is to enable a new space of possibilities for commercial hyperspectral imaging applications.


Hamamatsu Photonics is a worldwide leading manufacturer of opto-electronic components and systems. Among others we offer sensors and systems for spectroscopy (including ultra-fast), scientific-grade cameras, beam monitoring solutions, photon counting detectors and systems, photomultipliers, photodiodes, IR detectors.
Fraunhofer IWS

Fraunhofer IWS

The Fraunhofer IWS focuses on application-oriented research and development in the field of surface and laser technology, covering all steps: starting with physical- and material- technological basic knowledge and ending with holistic systems development.

With imanto, Fraunhofer IWS offers a unique platform for individual solutions in spectroscopic and optical imaging technology. Apart from process monitoring systems, stand-alone applications and tailored customer’s solutions can be realized as well.



SENOP --- Rough World - Tough Products

Senop Oy offers a lightweight hyperspectral camera for UAVs. This product is a snapshot spectral system providing only true image pixels for up to 380 bands. No interpolation is used in image formation. The frame based approach enables an easy image stitching for the mosaics with high resolution images. The solution doesn’t need IMU for its operations, which makes the system low cost and low weight. In addition, the camera enables handheld use with computers in laboratories, fields etc. Senop Oy offers also OEM multichannel and LED-modules.
ams AG

ams - Sensing is life

ams is a global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced sensor solutions. Leading manufacturers around the globe rely on ams’ sensing know-how for advanced systems design. Our products drive applications requiring small form factor, low power, highest sensitivity and multi-sensor integration. We offer sensors (including optical sensors), interfaces and related software for consumer, communications, industrial, medical, and automotive markets.
The ams Color and Spectral Sensing business line develops and markets multi-spectral optical sensors that enable new options for color identification, authentication, spectroscopy and other industrial and consumer-level optical detection and analysis applications.
ams’ headquarters are in Premstaetten near Graz, Austria. Key research and development facilities are based in 20 design centers worldwide. More information about ams can be found at

e2v - Bringing life to technology

e2v - Bringing life to technology

e2v’s CMOS, CCD and EM image sensors, camera modules, linescan cameras, and subsystems deliver high performance across many applications in Healthcare, Automation, and Safety.  e2v’s unique approach involves listening to the market and application challenges of customers and partnering with them to provide innovative standard, semi-custom or fully custom imaging solutions, bringing increased value to their systems.  Through proprietary IP and forward thinking designs, e2v is helping customers expand into 3D systems and advanced color inspection solutions to meet even the most demanding of needs.
ESPROS Photonics Corporation

ESPROS Photonics Corporation

ESPROS is the foundry, product, and technology solution provider for optoelectronics manufacturer, imager designers, and researchers. We serve our customers with the only non-captive high performance CMOS process with optical frontend worldwide. Swiss quality and trust combined with outstanding people and private investors guarantee availability of the process and compliance with the specifications in the long term. The open-access ESPROS Photonics technology is available for everyone with the need to design photonics chips with outstanding optoelectronic performance, with unusual combinations of photonic, analog and digital circuitry, with novel devices combining APS/CCD structures as well as for cost-effective single-chip photonic solutions.

Prediktera - See the invisible


Prediktera - See the invisible

Prediktera provides user-friendly and intuitive software solutions for multivariate image and data analysis for research, application development and routine analysis. By collaborating with partners that provide analysis hardware, we can together offer high value solutions to a bigger market. Evince is the perfect research tool for exploratory analysis of multivariate data and hyperspectral images. The Breeze software provides a user friendly, efficient interface to control hyperspectral imaging systems and to streamline the analysis workflow for the non-expert operator.
SphereOptics - Serve Better


SphereOptics - Serve Better

Since our formation in 2003, our goal has been to be much more than just a supplier of advanced equipment. Our mission is to SERVE BETTER. Our technical experts are always standing-by when it comes to discussing standard or customer specific solutions in the areas of lighting technology, optical measurements service and remote sensing.



3D-ONE - Hyperspectral Imaging for Intelligent Grading of Objects

3D-ONE is a specialist in the development of imaging products and embedded solutions. Our objective is the development of customized solutions for 3D measurement, multi-sensor imaging and imaging spectroscopy. Through the use of our ‘toolbox’ which includes camera products, embedded processing hardware and software libraries we are able to offer cost-effective OEM solutions with a short time to market ready for volume production.

3D-ONE has in house vision engineers and scientists to work closely with customers from drafting the key requirement for the specifics of the application up to implementation and qualification of the system for series production.

With a proven track record in space missions, medical imaging and industrial vision systems we are the partner of choice for the development and volume production of vision enabled products.



EVK DI Kerschhaggl GmbH

EVK - Experts in Classification

EVK, an expert company in classification, offers sensor-based solutions for bulk sorting and inspection in the fields of food processing, pharmaceutical processing, recycling and mining.

EVK’s core expertise is in classification of data using hyperspectral and conductivity imaging technologies. The company provides products and services from data acquisition to decision making, thereby offering complete sensor-based solutions to sorting and inspection system builders.

EVK’s possesses a proven track-record of its products operating in a number of industrial fields.


Xenics Infrared Solutions

Xenics - Infrared Solutions

Xenics is a pioneer of path-breaking infrared technology with a proven track record of sixteen years. Xenics designs and markets infrared imagers, cores and cameras of best-in-class image quality to support innovative R&D, industrial automation, machine vision, process control and high-end security applications.

The company offers a complete portfolio of line-scan and 2-D area-scan products for the VisNIR, SWIR, MWIR and LWIR ranges. As a vertically integrated manufacturer, Xenics delivers state-of-the-art imaging solutions as well as specifically targeted and optimized custom designs.



Konica Minolta is a global leader in technology that has a history of more than 140 years of innovation and is now expanding its business in various fields including the digital workplace, healthcare, sensors and information automation and business technologies. To accelerate its innovation activities, they have established new organizations in Europe focusing on both business innovation and development and R&D. Their role is to collaborate closely with academic institutes, research institutes, partner companies, startups and the customer to gain a deeper understanding of market needs and technology trends and to initiate, support and manage both new business development and technology development.


NOFIMA - Department of Food Science

Nofima is one of the largest institutes for applied research within the fields of fisheries, aquaculture and food research in Europe. The institution has 360 employees and an annual turnover of approximately 60 million EUR. Nofima is involved in several research projects where spectroscopy and hyperspectral imaging are used for assessment of food quality. Relevant food types include fish, dairy, poultry and meat products.


insort - intelligent selection

Insort GmbH is the worldwide leading company providing real time sorting, monitoring and analysing solutions based on Chemical Imaging Technology (CIT®) for the food processing industry. Our expertise combines the latest optical sensor systems and digital signal processing with mechanic and electronic machine design specially developed to fulfill highest food processing standards. The machines  branded as the „Sherlock“ family set a new benchmark in performance and food safety.




EPINA - Software Labs

Epina is an Austrian based company specialized in designing and implementing software for science and engineering. In addition to the development of proprietary software solutions, Epina offers standard solutions both for programmers and end-users and provides several products in the field of statistical data analysis and hyperspectral imaging.



The trade journal inVISION (circulation 15,000 copies) covers the topics machine vision, identification and imaging. In addition to the print version, the inVISION newsletter – with more than 18,000 subscribers – along with the VISION fair bi-weekly newsletter keeps readers up to date regarding machine vision news and products.

Imaging and Machine Vision Europe

Imaging & Machine Vision Europe is the multi-platform resource for suppliers, integrators, and OEMs of imaging and machine vision technologies in Europe. Readers have access to Europe’s only dedicated magazine for design and production engineers working in scientific imaging and machine vision markets; news of the latest developments and trends in the industry; informed commentary and analysis; and independent, in-depth editorial content. Imaging & Machine Vision Europe is published bi-monthly in print and digital editions, and alongside email newsletters IMVE Newsline and IMVE Productline is essential reading for anyone in the fields of imaging and machine vision. It is available at no cost for qualified readers.

Quality Engineering


Quality Engineering - the specialist magazine for quality management is devoted exclusively and extensively to the story behind the company, the product or solution as well as the strategies and problems relating to quality. Quality Engineering continues where others stop. A mixture of exciting interviews, lively reports and columns of well-known authors accompany the articles. The target group includes specialists for quality assurance, management and measurement technology in innovative (large and medium-sized) companies in all industries. Quality Engineering is published four times a year. In addition there are special editions on the occasion of important trade fairs.

Vision Systems Design

Vision Systems Design

For over 20 years, Vision Systems Design has provided in-depth technical and integration insights focused exclusively on the information needs of machine vision and image processing professionals. These professionals face evolving system design and installation approaches, product and system capabilities, technologies, and application opportunities.

Our editors address these complex issues through a variety of offline and online information products that help vision and automation professionals develop and manage vision systems today and optimize those systems for the future.

inspect - Applied Imaging and Optical Metrology

inspect - Applied Imaging and Optical Metrology

inspect (circulation: 20,000) is the leading European magazine for machine vision and optical metrology. It is read across all industries by experts and decision-makers involved in the application and procurement of these components, products and technologies. inspect is published 7 times per year incl. the annual EMVA Buyer´s Guide. In addition the inspect portal and the related monthly newsletter provide up-to-date information for this target group.
Journal of Imaging

Journal of Imaging

The /Journal of Imaging/ (ISSN 2313-433X,, is an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal on all interdisciplinary aspects of imaging research, covering image acquisition, processing and understanding. Techniques, procedures, methods, applications or advances in these areas are welcome. It is published by MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland. It has been indexed in INSPEC (IET) from Vol. 3 and in DBLP Computer Science Bibliography.
closed since 31 Dec 2017
Registration 24 Jan – 31 Dec
Event 16 Oct – 16 Oct
Language English
Costs 150
Venue Minoriten Saal, Graz
Bilateral Meetings
Participants 134
Meetings 175
Australia 2
Austria 38
Belarus 2
Belgium 7
Canada 4
Denmark 1
Finland 9
France 4
Germany 46
India 1
Iran, Islamic Republic Of 1
Israel 1
Italy 4
Japan 2
Netherlands 6
Norway 5
Portugal 1
Russia 1
Spain 6
Sweden 5
Switzerland 10
United Kingdom 7
United States 4
Total 167
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