Innovative Infrared Imaging.


Thermal IR Multi-Band Analysis for Mineral Identification
August 26, 2021 (1:00 PM EDT)
Contact: Stéphane Boubanga
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Thursday, 28 January 2021 19:12


July 11-16, 2021

Don't miss our presentation on remote estimation of sulfur content in ship fuel oil!

When: Friday July 16 at 7:40 EDT or 13:40 CEST

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Thursday, 14 January 2021 18:31

Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini


Wednesday, 15 April 2020 19:18

General Purpose Thermography Cameras


Tuesday, 14 May 2019 06:54



Tuesday, 14 May 2019 06:53

Ranging IR Cameras


Thursday, 11 April 2019 20:14



Friday, 16 November 2018 16:08

Tracking and Ranging

Fast Reaction to Fast Events.

IR image of brakes
Using a Telops' high-speed camera at 1000 frames per second, we tracked a re-entry probe simulator of a few tens of centimeters in diameter flying at velocities of Mach 1.9.
Tuesday, 13 September 2016 21:38

Gas Detection and Identification


With the Telops Hyper-Cam Methane, scientists are able to detect and identify methane present in a scene, and to locate it precisely in an image or video, pixel by pixel. Recently, scientists from Linköping University, in Sweden, were thus able to « film » methane emissions in real time – a breakthrough that could play a significant role in the fight against climate change. Their results were published in the prestigious journal Nature Climate Change.
methane detection 3d reconstruction
The Telops Hyper-Cam has been successfully used by Total E&P under an R&D project to demonstrate the real-time 3D reconstruction of methane gas clouds. During the experiment, three Hyper-Cams were installed around the area being observed and networked to a central computer. Each Hyper-Cam produced in real-time a radiometrically calibrated hyperspectral image. The computer merged the hyperspectral data from the imagers to compute and display the 3D cloud as well as to estimate the leak rate. Total's work has been presented at the SPE/ATCE Conference in Dubai, UAE, on September 28th, 2016.

Infrared imaging can help visualize fugitive emissions and small gas leaks under various environmental conditions and industrial contexts. As many gases are toxic and/or flammable, like natural gas (CH4), efficient gas detection from a remote location is advantageous for safety purposes. The selectivity brought by high-resolution infrared hyperspectral imaging allows to identify the chemical nature of the gases, reducing at the same time the frequency of false alarms.



Our Field Application Scientist, Marc-André Gagnon, along with a team of French scientists from the Université Blaise Pascal, climbed the Stromboli volcano, in Italy, to take hyperspectral thermal infrared footage of a volcanic eruption with the Hyper-Cam.

The unpredictable behavior of volcanos make infrared remote sensing a very attractive investigation tool for surveillance and academic purposes. Passive infrared hyperspectral imaging allows the detection and identification of multiple gases like sulfur dioxide (SO2) and silicon fluoride (SiF4) coming out from craters and fumaroles, from distant locations, without the need of additional equipment.
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