The Purdue agricultural engineers successfully implemented both hardware and software technologies from the existing advanced hyperspectral imaging stations and packed everything into our compact handheld device - LeafSpec.
The wheat version is designed to scan plants with thin
leaves, such as rice and wheat.
The corn version is designed to scan plants with long
leaves, such as corn and sorghum.
The dicot multispectral version is designed to collect data
with even higher resolution (0.04mm/pixel) on specified
The dicot version is designed to collect hyperspectral data
from dicot plants such as soybean, potato, and tomato.