Epina ImageLab is a Microsoft Windows-based multisensor imaging tool for processing and analyzing hyperspectral images. It is a modular system consisting of a basic engine, a graphical user interface, a chemometrics toolbox and optional user-supplied modules. It supports the most important spectroscopic imaging techniques, such as UV/Vis, infrared, Raman, THz, optical emission/absorption, and mass spectrometry. On top of that Epina ImageLab enables the user to merge hyperspectral images with maps of physical properties and conventional high-resolution color photos.
Available editions of Epina ImageLab
- Detection of Suspicious Pixels
- Image Stack
- Basic set of mathematical methods
- Principal Component Analysis
- K-Means Clustering
- PLS Discriminant Analysis
- 4D Data Model
- 64-Bit Architechture
- Multisensor Support
- ImageLab Script Automation
- KNN Classifiers
- Random Forest Classifiers
- Multiprocessing Support
- User Definable Spectral Databases
- Support of Third Party Databases
- Library Search
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The "First Impressions" video below provides a quick overview. To get a detailed impression of what Epina ImageLab can achieve take a look at the application examples or watch the video tutorials. If you are interested in trying Epina ImageLab for yourself we encourage you to download a trial version of the Basic Edition and sign up for a free Extended Edition license (limited to 30 Days).