Scanalyzer HTS - high throughput screening


  • Near Infrared Scanning for water distribution (typically used in drought stress testing).

  • Infrared Scanning (quantifying temperature differences between leaves and plants).

  • Fluorescence (visualizing specific fluorescence between 520 and 750 nbm such as chlorophyll content, GFP, etc).

  • RGB scanning for plant architecture, fingerprinting, health, pathogen/host and other disease studies.

  • 3D laser height scanning on small plants.