Research Activities

The research and development activites of Norsk Elektro Optikk AS (NEO) are focused on three main application and product areas; hyperspectral imaging, lasers and lidar, and spectroscopy. 

HyperSpectral Imaging

Today hyperspectral imaging is the largest area in NEO with regards to research and development. Hyperspectral imaging makes it possible for our customers to see things invisible to the human eye. Hyperspectral imaging helps customers improve quality, sort and recycle materials, spend less resources and improve efficiency as well as monitor the environment.

You can read more about research in the field of HyperSpectral Imaging here.

Lasers & Lidar

Laser technology has been the basis for NEO since its start in 1985. In particular lasers have been used for gas analysis (TDLAS) and for underwater imaging and ranging systems. NEO is still involved in gas analysis using lasers for medical and packaging applications. A relatively new focus area is Lidar technology that is used for aerosol and gas measurement in the atmosphere.

You can read more about research in the field of Lasers & Lidar here.

Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy is like lasers also a crucial technology for NEO. Hyperspectral imaging or surface spectroscopy has roots in NEO from space projects while spectroscopic gas analysers were first developed in the early 1990-ties. These technologies are still with us, but today we are also working in projects related to spectroscopic analysis of fluids.

You can read more about research in the field of Spectroscopy here.

OUR RESEARCH

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HyperSpectral Imaging
Hyperspectral imaging is the largest area of activity in NEO. We offer services and turnkey solutions for a wide variety of application areas in close collaboration with the customer.

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Lasers & Lidar
Our laser and lidar technology is used for a lot of applications, ranging from underwater imaging to aerosol and gas measurements in the atmosphere.

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Spectroscopy
Gas spectroscopy has long roots in NEO. Continuously, new application areas are being explored. Today we are also working in projects related to spectroscopic analysis of fluids.

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