Wavelength  Hyperspectral Imaging Headwall Photonics

Easily deployable, hyperspectral sensors are used to reveal secrets of famous documents such as the Gettysburg Address, ancient maps, and archeological artefacts such as pottery shards (ostracons). Since no preparation of the document or artefact is necessary, this non-destructive spectral technique is invaluable for a wide range of historical research relating to changes in colour, chemical and substrates.

We will be happy to work together with you on a solution with the full support of the Headwall Photonics team, based in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, USA. Visit our contact page, request a quote or call us on +44 (0)1954 232 776