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Hyper-Cam

Thermal Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging with the Hyper-Cam

See 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.

   

Hyper-Spectral Infrared Imaging with the Hyper-Cam

Discover a number of possible uses for hyperspectral imaging using the most sensitive spectrometer available.
   

Military Research Using Infrared Hyper-Spectral Imaging

Detection and identification of hard targets, camouflage and flares is possible using hyper-spectral imaging.
   

Environmental Research Using Infrared Hyper-Spectral Imaging

Infrared hyper-spectral imaging offers researchers the possibility to detect, identify and quantify dangerous gases at a distance of up to five kilometers.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam used for Ammonia (NH3) and Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Detection

The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. The Telops Hyper-Cam illustrates its capability to detect multiple gases simultaneously. Releases of ammonia (NH3) and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) are detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of these gases is visualized by the purple and yellow clouds with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam used for Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Detection

The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this gas is visualized by the purple cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam used for Ammonia (NH3) Detection

The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of ammonia (NH3) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the yellow cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam used for Acetic Acid (CH3COOH) Detection

The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of acetic acid (CH3COOH) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the green cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam used for Phosgene (CG) Detection

The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of phosgene (CG) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the orange cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam used for TriEthyl Phosphate (TEP) Detection

The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release, from a vessel, of triethyl phosphate (TEP) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this gas is visualized by the blue cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.
   

Telops Hyper-Cam in a Gimbal

The Telops Hyper-Cam integrated into a fully automated gyrostabilized gimbal mounted in front of an helicopter.

   

 

   


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FAST-IR 1000

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera used for Destructive Testing

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a hammer hitting a laminated piece of wood captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). This clip is shown at 20 Hz.
   

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera used for Fluid Dynamics

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a fan rotating at 2300 RPM hit by a water jet captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). This clip is shown at 20 Hz.
   

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera used for Ignition Characterization

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a torch lighter captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). This clip is shown at 20 Hz.
   

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera used for Destructive Testing

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a hammer hitting a nail captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). This clip is shown at 20 Hz.
   

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera used for Pyrotechnics Explosion Characterization

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a sparkler captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). This clip is shown at 10 Hz.
   

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera used for Explosion Characterization

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a firecracker captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). One can clearly see the detonation, explosion, and blast. This clip is shown at 5 Hz.
   

Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera demonstrates the compression of a golf ball

The fastest infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a golf club hitting a golf ball captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 2,500 frames per second (192 x 160 pixels). One can clearly see the compression and the evaluation of the restitution coefficient when the golf ball is hit by the golf club. This clip is shown at 10 Hz.
   

Live Demo of the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at SPIE DSS 2011

Mr. Vincent Farley, Business Development Manager at Telops, shows a live demo of the fastest infrared camera in the world, the Fast-IR 1000. The demo shows a thermal imagery of a hammer hitting a laminated piece of wood captured by the Telops Fast-IR 1000 Infrared Camera at 1,000 frames per second at full frame (320 x 256 pixels). This clip is shown at 20 Hz.
   


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HD-IR 1280

Telops HD-IR 1280 Infrared Camera used for Infrared Signature Quantification

The highest definition infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a ship plume captured by the Telops HD-IR 1280 Infrared Camera at 50 frames per second (1280 x 720 pixels). This process can be used to quantify the radiance emitted from the plume. This clip is shown at 10 Hz. Courtesy of Davis Engineering.

Telops HD-IR 1280 Infrared Camera used for Coastal Boat Surveillance

The highest definition infrared camera in the world. Thermal imagery of a boat, located about 5 kilometers from shore, captured by the Telops HD-IR 1280 Infrared Camera at 50 frames per second (1280 x 1024 pixels). One can clearly see the boat exhaust in the gray scale video. The superimposed video is zoomed on the boat. This clip is shown at 10 Hz.

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Tel-1000

     


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