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HCIHuman-Computer Interaction
HCIHydrochloride
HCIHuman Capital Institute
HCIHuman Computer Interface
HCIHyper-Converged Infrastructure (virtual computing)
HCIHwa Chong Institution (Singapore)
HCIHuntsman Cancer Institute
HCIHealth Care Informatics (various organizations)
HCIHealth Communications, Inc (publishing)
HCIHealth Care Industry
HCIHost Controller Interface
HCIHaut Conseil à l'Integration (French: High Council for Integration; est. 1989)
HCIHealth Care International (various locations)
HCIHuman Capital Investment
HCIHealth Care Improvement
HCIHuman Concern International (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
HCIHuman Company Integration
HCIHuman Computer Interaction
HCIHandgun Control, Inc. (est. 1974; formerly National Council to Control Handguns)
HCIHunt Consolidated, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
HCIHuman Capital Index
HCIHealthy Community Initiative (various locations)
HCIHonda Canada, Inc. (cars)
HCIHot Carrier Injection
HCIHamilton Center, Inc. (mental health center; Terre Haute, IN)
HCIHome Computing Initiative (UK government DTI)
HCIHealth Care Insurer
HCIHarmonised Competitiveness Indicator
HCIHyperspectral Imaging
HCIHome City Ice (Cincinnati, OH)
HCIHarrison Career Institute
HCIHighly Charged Ion
HCIHlas Cez Internet (Slovak: Voice over Internet)
HCIHandgun Control, Incorporated
HCIHotel Corporation of India
HCIHealth Care Integrator
HCIHardware Configuration Item
HCIHuman Centered Informatics
HCIHome Center Institute
HCIHansa Chemie International (Switzerland)
HCIHardness Critical Item
HCIHuman Computer International
HCIHydrologic Consultants Inc (Lakewood, CO)
HCIHorizon Crossing Indicator
HCIHighly Coercive Interrogation
HCIHealth Care on the Internet (journal)
HCIHigh Current Interest
HCIHartzog & Crabill Inc. (Tustin, CA traffic and civil engineering)
HCIHost Communications Interface (layer just above the network protocol stack)
HCIHarmony Careers International
HCIHardware Computer Interface
HCIHealthcare Consultants International (Skokie, IL)
HCIHanford Capsule Initiative
HCIHaveman Computer & Internet
HCIHuber Consultants International
HCIHorizontal Center of Impact
HCIHorizontal Contracting Integration
HCIHospitality Consultants, Inc. (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
HCIHorizon Clinicals Infrastructure
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Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=2771 Hyperspectral cameras are the advanced camera technologies that process and evaluate the information at various light wavelengths on the electromagnetic spectrum and captures high quality three-dimensional and high-resolution images using hyperspectral imaging technologies.
The new integrated UAV system can be equipped with a variety of hyperspectral imaging (HSI) and lidar sensors enabling creation of a high-resolution digital elevation model (DEM) of the surveyed area.
VNIR is the focus of imec's second-generation SNAPSCAN hyperspectral imaging camera, which uses an ultra-sonic-speed piezo motor stage and software to acquire high-resolution hyperspectral images in less than 200 ms.
This weakness can, at least partly, be reduced by using a more stationary technique like hyperspectral imaging for accurate data collection and model development and relating this information to other sources such as a portable NIR sensor.
Hyperspectral imaging technique is one of the nondestructive technologies which takes advantage of spectroscopic and imaging techniques, providing spectral and spatial information simultaneously [3].
Hyperspectral imaging, which combines spectroscopy and digital imaging, is the best available measurement technology for demanding measurement applications.
Hyperspectral imaging takes multispectral to the logical conclusion, constructing an entire reflection spectrum for each pixel in an image.
However, new methods to identify defects such as hyperspectral imaging and electromagnetic noses are emerging, but are they viable solutions?
One index is based on evaluations performed using hyperspectral imaging. A hyperspectral sensor identifies decay by measuring light waves that bounce off plant tissues.
Our lab has worked to develop high-speed hyperspectral imaging systems that scan the fluorescence excitation spectrum for biomedical imaging applications.
Hyperspectral imaging involves gathering and processing data from across the electromagnetic spectrum.