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MUSES9 Spectral cameras
bring the diagnostic power of spectral imaging in your hands and the modern agritech revolution to your business

MUSES9-HS - Full Frame Hyperspectral Imaging Camera 370-1000nm
MUSES9-MS, Ultra Broad Range Multispectral Imaging Camera 365-1700nm
MUSES9-SnS, Ultra HD Video Rate, Snapshot Spectral Mapping Camera 400-1000nm, Hyperspectral, Multispectral
Phenocheck - Handheld Spectral Phenotyper 400-1000nm, Vegetation Index Mapping, plant health, precision agriculture, hyperspectral, multispectral imaging
Muses9-DR drone camera, remote sensing, plant pathology, precision agriculture

with the most advanced tunable filter and snapshot hyper/multi-spectral camera systems

MUSES9 Camera Hyperspectral Imaging Applications, Remote sensing, Drone imaging, Marine imaging, Minerology, Plant pathology, Microscopy, Artwork nondestructive testing, Archeology, Food quality, Forensics, Biomedicine
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Discover what MUSES9 cameras can do for you!

1. Reflectance Imaging Spectroscopy
    • Spectral and Vegetation Index mapping-based phenotyping
    • Spectroscopy-based crop diagnosis and quantitative monitoring of health status
Spectral and VI index mapping for spectral phenotyping
2. Fluorimetry hyperspectral imaging
    • Study of the photosynthetic energy conversion
    • Mapping of fluorimetry parameters and assessment of photosystems I & II
Spectroscopy-based fluorimetry mapping
3. Infrared imaging (750-1000nm & 1000-1700nm):
    • Imaging of subsurface (mesocarp) features
    • mapping of relative water content (RWC)
Subsurface imaging reveals bruises in mesocarp
4. Imaging colorimetry
    • Standardized color and color difference measurements in horticultural crops
    • Color parameter-based image segmentation histogram analysis
Per pixel color measurement and histogram analysis
5. Ultraviolet reflectance imaging
    • Bee vision false color imaging for the study of plant-pollinator interactions
    • Selective imaging of plant cuticle and epidermis
Bee vision false color imaging (right)
6. Machine learning-powered spectral imaging
    • transforms hyperspectral data to compositional maps
    • trainable to detect/identify structural features
Detection of invisible botrytis infection (right),
with ground truth labeling of HSI data
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MUSES9 camera selection guide

MUSES9-HS  is a full frame, tunable filter-based hyperspectral imager, acquiring 140 (extendable to 300), 6 megapixel spectral images, in the range 370-1000nm
Competitive Advantages
    • Mechanical scanning stages (common in push broom systems) are no longer required, ensuring portability for field deployment
    • Ultrahigh spatial resolution: 6 million spectra per image frame 
    • Real-time spectral image inspection at any selected spectral band
    • C-mount thread, adapts directly to all kinds of lenses, microscopes and telescopes
MUSES9-HS - Full Frame Hyperspectral Imaging Camera 370-1000nm
MUSES9-MS1700 is dual sensor camera, operating in the ultra broad spectral range 365-1700nm
Competitive Advantages
    • Ultrabroad spectral range, ultra broad range of applications
    • Configurable spectral bands, such as the ones commonly used in satellite cameras
    • Real-time, full frame spectral image inspection at any selected band
    • Enhanced sensor sensitivity for  low light applications
MUSES9-MS, Ultra Broad Range Multispectral Imaging Camera 365-1700nm
MUSES9-Phenocheck is a 6 megapixel, snapshot, hand held, tablet PC operable, spectral imager, in the range 400-1000nm
Competitive Advantages
    • Ultra high spatial resolution: 3072 horizontal X2048 vertical pixels for all supported spectral bands
    • Displays simultaneously and side-by-side up to 24 spectral images, spectral classification and vegetation index maps, all at video refresh rates
    • Integrates ring light LED illumination with cross polarization optics to eliminate glare in macro imaging
    • Supports both diffuse reflectance and fluorescence imaging, even in outdoor  operation settings
MUSES9-DR drone camera is a light weighted, snapshot, single lens, remote sensing  camera operating in the 400-1000nm spectral range
Competitive Advantages
    • Spectral imaging through a single, interchangeable lens to customized imaging
    • Displays up to 24 spectral bands in snapshot fashion at 6 megapixels
    • Transmits, displays and stores to ground station PCs spectral cube images, spectral classification and vegetation index maps, side-by-side, for the on-line inspection and image quidded treatments
λambda3+ software suite

is a machine learning platform utilizing the multi-/hyper- spectral data generated from all MUSES9 product variants. The platform supports spectral labeling through customizable training samples, to produce spectral and material identification maps in target objects

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MUSES9 Spectral Cameras: your Lab in the Field

MUSES9 camera systems comprise a powerful tool for analyzing plants, fruits, flowers, seeds etc., offering objective and quantitative information for anaerobic and aerobic stress conditions.

    • It is a multimodal imaging device, integrating and overall advancing a long list of imaging and spectroscopy instruments in a portable camera system
    • It enables the visualization of invisible abnormality and related spectral phenotype changes, instantly and at an early and reversible stage
    • It informs about fruit ripening for predicting the optimal harvest time

MUSES9 camera systems come with a long list of accessories (lenses, light sources, stands etc.) to ensure turn-key operation.  It is an affordable solution designed to operate in the hands of farmers/agronomists and researchers, requiring no technical background. You can take it with you and carry out as many on-the-spot diagnostic and monitoring checks as you need.

Spectricon’s disruptive innovations have come to revolutionized the field of spectral imaging by offering:

I. real-time inspection at any desired spectral band(s);
II. full frame, ultrahigh spatial resolution;
III. ultra-wide spectral range of operation;
IV. direct adaptability to all lenses, microscopes and telescopes;
V. hand held, turnkey operation.

The future of spectral imaging is bright and it is here!