NEAR INFRARED- HYPER SPECTRAL IMAGING APPLICATIONS IN FISHERIES
UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY,
Hyper spectral imaging is gaining importance in aquaculture mainly in food quality assessment, by integrating both spectroscopic and imaging techniques in one system, hyperspectral imaging can generate a spatial map of spectral variation. The hyperspectral imaging can be used in aquaculture for the detection of food fraudness, surumi assessment, color distribution, pathogen detection in fillets, etc. In this article I have given two applications for the hyperspectral imaging use in fish/ shellfish quality assessment.
- Hyperspectral imaging
- near infrared
- spectral range
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