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The New HDR M700 is here!

Telops is proud to announce the launch of the new HDR M700, a revolution in the commercial offering of thermal imaging systems.

Recent Awards

Exporter of the Year & Export leader in urban regions

Telops received the Exporter of the Year and the Export Leader in Urban Regions award for distinguishing itself on international markets.

Upcoming event
The Combustion Institute invites you to join us in Milan, Italy for the 40th International Symposium – Emphasizing Energy Transition.

A total of 13 colloquium categories will be addressed at the CI’s 40th International Symposium – Emphasizing Energy Transition. Authors must indicate a choice of colloquium with their submissions. The colloquia are organized under four themes, namely combustion fundamentals, combustion research tools, combustion applications, and combustion impact and mitigation. Refer to the listing below for the technical program co-chairs, colloquium descriptions, and colloquium teams.
Past webinar
Telops continues its series of webinars on the best practices when using a scientific infrared camera with great examples from various applications. On this part of the series, Field Application Scientist Antoine Dumont will go over everything you need to know when choosing the right spectral range for a given infrared measurement. We will cover the sensitivity and temperature ranges for short-wave, mid-wave, and long-wave infrared scientific cameras and what are the advantages of each spectral band. The best suited cameras for given applications will be discussed. A comparison of data sets of similar scenes acquired with short-wave, mid-wave and long-wave cameras will be accomplished to demonstrate the importance of choosing the right spectral range. Eye-catching examples from a variety of applications using slow and high speed will be showcased during this webinar.

Join Dr. Antoine Dumont, Field Application Scientist at Telops, for this virtual event.
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Past webinar
The Telops Hyper-Cam was used to measure the high-resolution (0.25 cm-) emission spectrum of premixed laminar flames fueled by hydrogen and/or methane. A two-layer radiation model using the L-distribution method was used to calculate the numerical spectra. It was used as a direct model for an inverse method to determine temperature and CO2 and H2O molar fractions. A very good agreement between experimental and numerical spectra was obtained.

Join Gilles Parent, Professor at LEMTA and Jean-Philippe Gagnon, Field Application Scientist at Telops, for this virtual event.
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Past event
From July 1st to 5th, Hajera Kouser, Business Development Manager at Telops France will be attending the conference. She will be pleased to welcome you and to learn more about your measurement challenge. Come visit us!
Past webinar
Telops recently launched the new HDR M700, a revolution in the commercial offering of thermal imaging systems. With its dramatic increase in dynamic range and saturation management capability, the HDR M700 represents the next-generation of high-performance thermal imaging systems, ideally configured for highly contrasted scenes commonly found in military signature and ranging measurements, additive manufacturing research, and combustion and wildfire studies.
In this webinar, Telops Scientific Product Line Manager, Ben Saute, will discuss the technical advantages of this brand new HDR Camera.

Join Ben Saute, Product Line Maneger at Telops, for this next webinar.
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