Characterization of Light Sources
Spectral characterization of light sources, lasers, LEDs, optical parametric oscillators (OPOs) and optical parametric amplifiers (OPAs), spanning from the UV to the Mid-Infrared (200 nm – 5000 nm) region, with a single, fast and radiometric calibrated measurement
Measurements for monitoring the quality of industrial processes or products on the line, such as food & beverages, wood, plastics, etc.
Accurate measurement of air or water of oceans, lakes and rivers, to monitor the possible presence of pollutants
Extraction of preparatory drawings from below the painted layer and detection of forgeries in paintings
Chiral characterization of molecules and active substances, in order to produce safer and more effective drugs
Analysis of plants and crop fields by measuring simultaneously in the VISIBLE (Chlorophylls) and in the NEAR-MID IR ranges (water, lipids, starch, nitrogen)