Michelson type Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) hyperspectral imaging (HSI) sensors are used for standoff visualization and identification of chemical vapor plumes; however, currently available COTS sensors are expensive (>$750k), large (>100L), and massive (>30kg). MESH's goal is to achieve a 10x cost reduction, 3x size reduction (<30L), and a 3x mass reduction (<10kg for optics and electronics) in order to support fixed site applications, man-portable sensing applications, and UAV/gimbal applications, which require a low cost and/or smaller size HSI sensor. New enabling technologies for this HSI approach include the micro-bolometer IR camera and the piezo-electric mirror drive.




“Hyperspectral Imaging FTIR Sensor Design for Standoff Detection Applications", Defense, Security, and Sensing 2012, SPIE,  Baltimore, Maryland, April 2012

Link Here



Low Cost Hyperspectral Imaging Sensor (HSI)

Graphic Rendering of the Firefly Product used for Hyperspectral Imaging   MESH Inc. 2018

MESH, Inc.

Micro Engineering Software & Hardware



Innovative Solutions

             Advanced Engineering


Mesh Inc. Logo (teal globe shape)

MESH,  Inc.

 Micro Engineering Software and Hardware

  610 932 7754

All aspects of website created by Nudge Advertising in partnership with MESH Inc. and Technology Solutions