Guidelines for Choosing an Optimum Multispectral Imaging Sensor

A Laser Focus World-hosted webinar sponsored by LightPath Technologies

Originally broadcast on October 10, 2023. Now available On Demand.

Sponsor: LightPath Technologies

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Get an assessment of the sensor options that can best meet your application’s needs, including more compact, cost-effective solutions. The presenters will detail new solutions that leverage the latest uncooled sensor technology and new materials enabling multispectral imaging solutions. They also will review each waveband’s pros and cons and the applications each is best used for.

Join this webinar to get up-to-speed on the latest advances in multispectral imaging:

  • Learn about the uncooled sensors that extend LWIR into the SWIR and MWIR bands
  • Get details about advancements in IR materials
  • Compare the new sensor options to the current ones
  • Understand the pros and cons of each waveband
  • Review which wavebands are best for various applications

Who Should Attend

Engineers and researchers who use multispectral imaging for remote sensing, authentication, satellite and aerial surveillance, machine vision, and biomedical and other scientific and industrial applications.


Jeremy Huddleston | Optical Engineering Solutions Manager | LightPath Technologies

Jeremy Huddleston is the Optical Engineering Solutions Manager at LightPath Technologies. He holds degrees in both physics and electro-optics, and was selected in 2020 as a Senior Member of the SPIE (The International Society for Optics and Photonics). With over two decades of experience in optical design, test, and metrology, Jeremy specializes in designing compact, low SWaP imaging and collimating lenses for applications ranging from cell phone cameras to thermal imagers and laser/fiber systems. Among his many accomplishments, he was the optical designer for the original FLIR Lepton lens used inside the world’s first thermal imaging cell phone camera.

Jason Liebert | President | Visimid, a subsidiary of LightPath Technologies

Jason Liebert is the President of Visimid which is a subsidiary of LightPath Technologies. Jason has been working in the infrared and night vision industry for more than 25 years and is a subject matter expert on uncooled microbolometers. Prior to starting Visimid in 2013 he worked at DRS, L3, Raytheon Space and Airborne as Sr Systems Engineer and IPT Lead for multi-spectral gimbal development and designing thermal weapon sights.

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