ChemImage Corporation will be presenting research results on a new inkjet printer discrimination technique involving hyperspectral imaging (HSI) at the 6th EDEWG Conference, a meeting of the European Document Experts Working Group, in Dubrovnik, Croatia from Sept. 21-24.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 17 2010] ChemImage Corporation will be presenting research results on a new inkjet printer discrimination technique involving hyperspectral imaging (HSI) at the 6th EDEWG Conference, a meeting of the European Document Experts Working Group, in Dubrovnik, Croatia from Sept. 21-24.
A part of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI), the European Document Experts Working Group supports ENFSI’s forensic document examination objectives. Held every two years, the 6th EDEWG Conference will offer workshops, scientific sessions and posters illustrating new developments in toner and ink examination.
The presentation, titled “Discrimination of Inkjet Printer Ink,” will examine HSI’s ability to link documents printed from different inkjet printers to a common manufacturer or ink formulation. Initial research found that the cyan, yellow and magenta components of each type of printer brand have their own unique spectroscopic responses.
HSI takes conventional photography and imaging methods to the next level by adding a spectroscopic basis for sample analysis. The result enables the identification and enhancement of contrast between chemically different materials.
In addition to the presentation, ChemImage will also be exhibiting throughout the conference’s duration.
For more information about the company’s activities at the 6th EDEWG Conference, visit http://www.chemimage.com/EDEWG.
ChemImage Corporation, a leader in Hyperspectral Imaging technology (including Chemical and Molecular Imaging), provides instrumentation, software, contract services and expert consulting to government, industrial and academic organizations. The company’s proprietary, state-of-the-art Hyperspectral Imaging technology has many applications, including defense, security, pharmaceuticals, forensics and biomedical diagnostic research, which can reveal critical chemical and biological information from a variety of material systems.
ChemImage’s headquarters is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where it houses research and development laboratories, as well as engineering and manufacturing facilities.