- R&D / OEM
The product development of The Quest Group in 2015 will be focused on several areas. Part of these are embedded in larger consortia due to rewarded grants.
Multi sensor Hyperspectral imager (400 –1700 nm wavelength)
The prism technology will be combined with hyperspectral
technology this will result in a single lens solution with two
hyperspectral and on 2D image sensor.
The first hyperspectral setup is the already available 660 bands 400‑1000 nm Hyperea. This one will placed on a prism with the InGaAs version of the Hyperea doing 900 – 1700 nm.
The 2D sensor will make clear where the hyperspectral line will be. Making the camera ready for:
Innovations integrates the most high level sensors for our camera
solutions. One of them is an sCMOS sensor from Fairchild Imaging
already part of our 5 channel cameras. Since there is no single
sensor camera on the market that uses this superb but difficult to
integrate sensor, we are offering it both in a cooled and un cooled
12,5 x 7,0 mm
1920×1080 Full HD
8, 12, 16 bit
6.45µm x 6.45µm
Together with TNO The Hague,
commissioned by the Dutch ministry of defense, Quest Innovations
develops a camera aimed at the detection of IEDs (improvised
Multi sensor imager (0.4−14 µm wavelength)
Within the H2020 grant, SEERS, Quest will develop with the other partners a modular, compact and cost effective snapshot spectral imaging system in the infrared domain (0.7−14 µm wavelength). It will be endowed with embedded vision and cognitive fusion capabilities. Robust visibility, robust temperature imaging, gas detection and discrimination, and spill detection will enable event-driven video analysis. Breakthrough performance will be demonstrated in two relevant application scenarios: coastal and road tunnel surveillance.
Developing the compact multi-aperture optical beamsplitting system with at least the following windows:
Applications for Multi spectral Camera's are growing fast. Are there parts in your process you want to make visible? Do you already use cameras but you want better results? Quest will co-develop with you the camera tailored to your needs!
Quest is also able to develop a single camera for R&D purposes. Another useful and less expensive possibility for an R&D camera or a small production serie is a beam split camera.