HELIOS Webinar Workshop Series Part 2

Choosing a Uniform Source to Perform Optical Characterization: Camera and FPA Application Specific Uniform Source Design

Walk through different camera and FPA applications, review the spectral and spatial characterizations needed for successful calibration, and see how a properly designed uniform source can deliver low calibration uncertainty.

 

On Demand Webinar

Join Labsphere, the leaders in uniform source design and innovation, for the second installment in our, "Choosing a Uniform Source to Perform Optical Characterizations," webinar series.

Tuesday, Sept 8, 2:00 pm Eastern US Time REGISTER HERE

Thursday, Sept 10, 10:00 am Eastern US TIme REGISTER HERE

 

Data-driven decisions are increasingly reliant on remote sensing for both Human-controlled and Autonomous systems. Calibrating detector arrays and cameras for the Remote Sensing (RS) industry is instrument and manufacturer specific. Uniform source systems provide uniform radiance or irradiance. Their applications include focal-plane array or complete camera testing, pixel gain normalization, photographic sensitometry, and remote-observation system calibration.

Achieving low uncertainty is the goal of a successful calibration. In this workshop installment we will walk through different camera and FPA applications, review the spectral and spatial characterizations needed for successful calibration, and see how a properly designed uniform source can deliver low calibration uncertainty.

After this webinar you will:

• Be familiar with the uniform source design needed for calibrating Cameras and FPAs used in:

     - Solar, Star, & Space characterization

     - Multi Spectral Imaging

     - SWIR

     - Sensor Fusion

     - UV Sensor Calibration

     - HDR & Automotive HDR

• Be able to determine what type of system you need for your camera or FPA application

Who should attend:

Imaging and Software Engineering, R&D, manufacturing, and testing/quality control professionals in the Remote Sensing and Aerospace testing industries as well as commercial sensing, automotive, and any other fields that use imaging sensors. Newcomers to photometric and radiometric calibration systems will benefit from this webinar.