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EVK adds its Hyperspectral Cameras to the LabVIEW Eco System

Graz, March 8th, 2022: Industrial imaging expert EVK makes it possible for customers to seamlessly integrate HELIOS NIR hyperspectral cameras in LabVIEW.

Users of imaging solutions can now incorporate hyperspectral data more flexibly into complex processes, integrate measuring equipment more quickly in virtual environments and automate processes.

The LabVIEW Virtual Instrument provided by EVK enables existing licence users of LabVIEW and National Instruments Vision Acquisition Software to easily configure and parameterise HELIOS near-infrared hyperspectral cameras as well as visualise and process raw and classified hyperspectral data streams. LabVIEW is a graphical programming environment that can be used to develop automated search, validation and production test systems.

Matthias Kerschhaggl, CTO and owner of EVK, on the new solution: ‘We’ve made it even more accessible for our customers to analyse and integrate hyperspectral data in their own systems for further development. Processing and visualising the chemical makeup of materials in the wavelength range from 900 nm to 1700 nm is greatly simplified.’

To speed up the process, EVK provides an existing implementation of the HELIOS hyperspectral cameras in LabVIEW as a point of reference, supporting customers in their successful integration journey.

Find out more about making the EVK HELIOS system part of your LabVIEW. Contact us: or +43 316 461 664.

About EVK:

EVK, an expert in industrial imaging and data processing, offers sensor-based solutions for sorting and monitoring bulk materials in sectors including recycling, mining, food and pharmaceuticals. The company focuses on the analysis of sensor data including classification and in-line metrology, using hyperspectral, inductive and colour sensor technologies. EVK’s solutions provide users with key data for process optimisation. For more information, please contact us at

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