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Multimodal spectral sensors and orchestrated deep models for integrated process optimisation

Deliverables

Chocolate production line demo

MULTIPLE demonstrator in the chocolate production use case

Communication Kit II

It comprises a narrative text, photographs, slides possibly complemented by a video and any other suitable communication material, accompanied with copyright licences for the European Commission and for Photonics21.

Communication Kit I

It comprises a narrative text, photographs, slides possibly complemented by a video and any other suitable communication material, accompanied with copyright licences for the European Commission and for Photonics21.

Communication Kit III

It comprises a narrative text photographs slides possibly complemented by a video and any other suitable communication material accompanied with copyright licences for the European Commission and for Photonics21

MULTIPLE Workshop
Benchmarking of MULTIPLE technology

Report with the technical characterization results of all the MULTIPLE components benchmarked in real manufacturing scenarios

On-line training material

Online training material

Publications

Europe Develops Multimodal Hyperspectral Quality Control Systems

Author(s): Ivan Nikitski
Published in: Photonics Spectra, Issue Volume 56, Issue 22, December 2022, 2022, Page(s) 53-56, ISSN 0731-1230
Publisher: Laurin Publishing Co., Inc.

New challenges for the laser micromachining community

Author(s): Francesca Moglia
Published in: Photonics Views, Issue 04 August 2021, 2021, Page(s) 26-30, ISSN 2626-1308
Publisher: Wiley-VCH GmbH
DOI: 10.1002/phvs.202170406

Multilayer Perceptron to Boost Colorimetric Capacities of 2D RGB and Hyperspectral Snapshot Cameras

Author(s): Eric Lopez-Lopez; Roi Mendez-Rial
Published in: EUVIP 2022, Issue 1, 2022, Page(s) 1-6, ISBN 978-1-6654-6623-3
Publisher: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/euvip53989.2022.9922722

Compact high-speed snapshot multispectral imagers in the VIS/NIR (460 to 960 nm) and SWIR range (1.1 to 1.65 nm) and its potential in a diverse range of applications

Author(s): Carolina Blanch-Perez-del-Notario, Bert Geelen, Yuqian Li, Roeland Vandebriel, Jonas Bentell, Murali Jayapala, Wouter Charle
Published in: Proceedings, Hyperspectral Imaging and Applications II, Issue 11 January 2022, Volume 12338, 1233806, 2023, ISBN 9781510657489
Publisher: Spie.org
DOI: 10.1117/12.2664944

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