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Headwall Photonics Increases It’s Visibility

A vibrant new website from Headwall Photonics highlights even more clearly its impressive array of industry-leading spectrometry instrumentation and brilliant industry solutions. Catering for diverse applications across Remote Sensing, Advanced Machine Vision, Medical/Biotech and Defense/Government, the new site provides greater

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FieldSpec4 used in Australian study on apple and pear production
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Precision Ag study employs FieldSpec4

Measuring solar radiation in Australian study with the ASD FieldSpec4 A new article published by Apple and Pear Australia Limited (APAL) highlights an innovative application of the FieldSpec4 multi-spectral radiometer to measure solar radiation exposure on apple and pear crops, covered

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Combining hyperspectral and ground-truthing is a winning solution
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Airborne Hyperspectral & Ground-Truthing

Hyperspectral and Ground-Truthing Whitepaper available from PAS For a wide range of critical applications, the combination of airborne hyperspectral with ground-based non-imaging hyperspectral radiometers represents the optimal solution. A comprehensive white paper on the topic, written by Headwall Photonics and

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ASD Fieldspec 4 spectrometer
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Which FieldSpec spectrometer for me?

With such an extensive range of spectral resolution options in the SWIR range, and ultra-portable VNIR-only models, it can be hard to know which of ASD’s FieldSpec 4 spectrometers and spectroradiometers will best suit your specific application. That’s where we

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Precision Ag history shows that development of multispectral capability has been a game changer
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Precision Ag history heralds bright future

Over the past two decades, precision ag history has been marked by rapid development and positive outcomes. Precision ag has become, well, much more precise. According to David Mulla from the University of Minnesota, USA, in his article on Precision

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Precision Ag Farming
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Precision ag: Multi Spec Vs Hyperspec

What’s the difference between multispectral and hyperspectral? Imagine we could safely view the world through the eyes of different creatures, enabling us to view infrared radiation, ultraviolet light and reflected electromagnetic energy*. Well, we can, with the use of multispectral

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Precision ag spectrometry is transforming primary production
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Precision ag: a spectrometry revolution

Access sophisticated precision ag technology for accurate and innovative farm management Precision ag is a critical remote sensing application with the potential to impact any aspect of society. The use of UAVs in agriculture has been well-documented but the value

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Coastal exploration with Headwall hyperspectral
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Coastal Exploration and Spectral Vision

Coastal Exploration with Hyperspectral Imaging Valued PAS customer, Queensland University of Technology is using Headwall’s hyperspectral sensors to examine the beautiful Ningaloo Reef on Western Australia’s mid-north coast which has received a very positive conservation rating from World Heritage Outlook.

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XRF is a boon to gold exploration
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Eureka! Portable XRF and Gold Exploration

Eureka! Modern gold exploration takes advantage of technological advancements including Portable X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysers. XRF sampling techniques in gold exploration map the distribution of gold and in particular, the various pathfinder elements associated with gold (silver, copper, zinc, nickel,

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Spectral imaging is a boon to recycling and waste management
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Spectral Imaging Transforms Recycling

PAS brings spectral imaging to the growing recycling and waste management industry. For the recycling industry, legacy ‘RGB’ technologies are unable to pick out the precise spectral characteristics that distinguish similar-looking types of plastic or paper products. Although hyperspectral imaging

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Niton XL5
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Niton XL5 User Video from Acuren

Thermo Niton XL5 users are happy users, which makes the team at PAS very happy as well. Acuren Industrial is a leading provider of non-destructive testing and examination services to industries throughout the US and Canada.  Watch this video to

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ASD 2018 Goetz Program Winners

PAS congratulates all the winners of the ASD 2018 Goetz Instrument Student Support Program and especially Gustavo Togeiro de Alckmin from the University of Tasmania and Ai Hwee “Elise” Kho from the University of Queensland. “They are testament to the

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ASD Students in Mining & Energy TerraSpec Instrument Program
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Mining & Energy Instrument 2018 Program Winners

PAS is pleased to acknowledge this year’s winners of the ASD Students in Mining & Energy Instrument Support Program, announced recently by Malvern Panalytical. The Students in Mining & Energy Instrument Support Program allows Masters and Ph.D. students from around

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Important news for our ASD customers

ASD & Malvern Panalytical Merge Customers familiar with ASD’s online resources, webinars and technical background will soon see a complete change as the company’s merge with Malvern Panalytical takes effect The Malvern Panalytical website will be launching soon; you’ll be

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Why does the world end at 2.5 micrometres?

Why does the world end at 2.5 micrometres? This informative article by Jon Huntington, consultant at Huntington Hyperspectral Pty Ltd and CSIRO Hon. Fellow, was published on LinkedIn.com on October 29, 2017.  Portable Analytical Solutions provided an Agilent 4300 FTIR spectrometer

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Niton XL5 Mining & Exploration Comes To Australia

Exciting News! PAS has access to the first Niton XL5 Mining & Exploration unit in Australia. UTILISE MINING MODE TO GATHER ACCURATE, REAL TIME GEOCHEMICAL DATA AND MAXIMISE OVERALL PRODUCTIVITY. Mining mode enables users to determine the concentration of elements

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