Free Webinar: “Using Airborne Thermal Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging for Minerals Mapping

February 13, 2018 11am EST

Telops_logoWant to learn more about Airborne Thermal Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging for Minerals Mapping?

Join Telops for their free 30-minute webinar!

Alexandrine Huot, their Field Application Scientist, will show you how the Airborne Hyper-Cam can provide an unique, high performance, thermal hyperspectral images for minerals mapping in an open-pit mine.

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Using Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging for Minerals Mapping

Webinar: 24 January 2018 | 11:00 am EST

Telops WebinarOnline — Want to learn more about Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging for Minerals Mapping?

Join Telops for their free 30-minute webinar!

Stéphane Boubanga, their Field Application Scientist, will show you how the Hyper-Cam can provide an unique, high performance, thermal hyperspectral images for minerals mapping in an open-pit mine.

Contact: Stéphane Boubanga – stephane.boubanga@telops.com

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Efficiently detect methane leaks

A Free Application Note By Telops!

Quebec City, Canada — Methane is a highly potent greenhouse gas, and since it is also highly flammable, methane leaks can pose a security threat in addition to representing an environmental issue.

Passive infrared hyperspectral imaging can be used to detect methane leaks from a safe location. (more…)

Infrared hyperspectral imaging of ship plumes

Characterizing the spectral features enables the standoff detection of distant ships

22 November 2016, SPIE Newsroom. DOI: 10.1117/2.1201610.006718

Infrared hyperspectral imaging of ship plumesSPIE Newsroom — “Detecting naval vessels based on their IR characteristics is a key task for many defense organizations.

“The emissions (i.e., the shape and thermal energy) of such vessels produce an overall IR signature that can be analyzed to detect and, subsequently, to track them.

“For this reason, numerous models have been developed over the years to predict the IR signature of ships.1

“The hot exhaust gases that are produced by a ship’s engine represent one of the main contributions to its signature. Many modern military vessels are therefore equipped with IR-signature suppression systems (i.e., where steam is injected into the exhaust gases to reduce their self-emission).2 (more…)

High-Speed Infrared Imaging for Internal Combustion Engine Diagnostic

Oct. 18th | A Webinar from Telops

Want to learn more about high-speed infrared imaging?

pub-marc-andreJoin Telops for our free 40-minute webinar!

Online  —  Efforts are continuously made to improve internal combustion engines’ (ICEs) efficiency.

Lowering fuel consumption and reducing soot formation are among the challenges being addressed when seeking to improve engine designs.

In this webinar, Telops will show how high-speed IR imaging can provide unique insights for research on ICEs. (more…)

Telops at SPIE DCS 2016

SPIE DCS | Baltimore MD, USA | 17-21 April 2016

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The Telops Hyper-Cam integrated into a fully automated gyrostabilized gimbal mounted in front of an helicopter (Click to access video version)

Quebec City, CANADA —  Come see Telops at booth # 431 and discover their new product, the HSI Core, presented in a gimbal.

Learn how the Hyper-Cam, a thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging sensor can be used in an airborne configuration to detect and identify any substance or target that has a know infrared spectrum. (http://www.telops.com/en/)

Or attend one of their two presentations on infrared imaging:

  1. Standoff Midwave Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging of Ship Plumes (April 18, 1:40 pm, room 345)
  2. Non-Destructive Testing of Mid-IR Optical Fiber Using Infrared Imaging (April 21, 8:40 am, room 318)

Telops will also be present at the Vendor Session: New Infrared Imaging Products and Applications at Telops (April 18, starting 12:15 pm, room 318), organized and presented by the ThermoSense Conference as their welcoming session for the Conferences and Expo – since 2002!

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Watch Methane Emissions in Real Time

With Telops’ Hyper-Cam Methane

Quebec, Canada  —  Telops is proud to contribute to a significant breakthrough in dynamic quantitative methane imaging!

Using Telops’ Hyper-Cam Methane, researchers from Linköping University in Sweden were able to achieve remote mapping of methane at high sensitivity.

The Hyper-Cam technology, through spectral analysis of each pixel, allowed them to identify methane emissions within a scene with great accuracy.

Since the Hyper-Cam Methane is “much more sensitive than anything that has come before“, it is ideal for detecting methane even in very small amounts. (more…)