G&H announce spectral imaging agreement with Philumina

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Gooch and Housego and Mississippi-based Philumina, have announced a collaborative agreement, mutually expanding their capabilities and offerings for spectral imaging applications.

Philumina will integrate G&H’s high speed acousto-optic tunable filter (AOTF)-based spectral imaging technology in its spectral imaging platform to expand its client base, while G&H will offer Philumina’s modular spectral imaging software platform to its customers. In addition, Philumina will be able to offer its other spectral imaging systems and technologies through G&H marketing and distribution channels.

‘This collaborative agreement will allow G&H to deliver better on its promise of fully application-specific spectral imaging tools for its valued user base,’ explained Alex Fong, senior vice-president of G&H Life Science and Instrumentation division.

Mark Allen Lanoue, president of Philumina, stated: ‘There is a formidable benefit to the scientific global market place with this collaboration. By merging our turnkey, award-winning HSI scanning products and software with G&H's AOTF technology, the end user has a wider range of choices and systems available that will fit better their particular project needs.’

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