coded aperture spectroscopy offers engineers the flexibility to create solutions requiring large focal points and rapid data acquisition with less costly lasers
Morrisville, NC (PRWEB) February 08, 2012
Centice Corporation, a pioneer in chemical verification and identification using Raman spectroscopy and computational sensor technology, announced today the publication of an article on the advantages of coded aperture spectroscopy by Dr. Brett Guenther, VP of Engineering for the Centice Corporation. The article, which appeared in the December 2011 issue of “Optics and Photonic News”, provides a survey of the development of coded aperture spectroscopy and compares the methodology to slit or point input aperture.
Rapid data acquisition, cost constrained budgeting, and cross instrument reliability are cited as ideal requirements for implementing a coded aperture application. The article targets future use in point of care (POC) immunoanalyzer applications and chemical prescription pill identification/verification applications.
“The application of coded aperture spectroscopy offers engineers the flexibility to create solutions requiring large focal points and rapid data acquisition with less costly lasers,” said Dr, Brett Guenther, VP of Engineering for Centice Corporation. “We think that coded aperture spectroscopy has many advantages to hyper-spectral imaging as well.”
Centice Corporation creates and delivers advanced technology solutions to select markets in law enforcement, pharmaceutical manufacturing, healthcare, biotechnology and homeland security.
By leveraging an expertise in applied coded aperture spectroscopy, computational sensors, and machine vision technology, Centice provides technologies and integration expertise that improves lives and protects people’s lifestyles.
Centice’s scientists and engineering teams work with a network of partners to answer emerging business and public service needs. Headquartered in Morrisville, N.C. and founded in 2004, the company markets products directly and through distributors. More information can be found at http://www.centice.com.