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Photon etc. and Telops are collaboratively showcasing the most innovative hyperspectral infrared instruments for mineral identification featuring Business Development Director from Photon etc. Marie-Christine Ferland and Field Application Scientist from Telops Antoine Dumont. Explore state-of-the-art hyperspectral technologies that enables extremely fast analysis form core samples to large-scale aerial mineral mapping. The combined offer will cover the complete infrared spectrum to suit the requirements for the quick identification of any mineral compound.

Don't miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of mining's future!
Join Antoine Dumont from Telops and Marie-Christine Ferland from Photon etc. for this next webinar.
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Telops’ Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini is an aircraft-based remote sensing system to detect and quantify methane emissions. The system is based on thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging technology. The performance of the system was recently evaluated in a single-blind controlled methane release experiment in partnership with the Alberta Methane Emissions Program (AMEP) and LiDAR Services International (LSI). Join Field Application Engineer Jean-Philippe Gagnon for an in-depth look into the operating principles of Telops’ Methane Airborne Detection Solution as well as an overview of obtained results and assessed methane detection limits for a wide range of atmospheric conditions and gas release rates.

Join Jean-Philippe Gagnon from Telops and Jim Cormack, from LSi Intl, for this virtual event.
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Join the world’s largest photonics technologies event. Learn the most cutting-edge research in biomedical optics, biophotonics, industrial lasers, optoelectronics, microfabrication, MOEMS-MEMS, displays, quantum technologies, and more.

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OPTRO2024 symposium will take place in Bordeaux, France. It is a great opportunity to visit the region of Bordeaux, which is a renowned cluster in Optics and Photonics. It hosts the Laser Megajoule, the French ignition facility. OPTRO2024 will present recent advances in Optronics in the fields of Defence and Security and perspectives that Photonics offers in the near future through emerging technologies.
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Application Scientists Joseph Carrock and Antoine Dumont are excited to showcase the most intriguing thermal infrared data which we at Telops have collected throughout 2023. Systems featured will include high-speed broadband, multispectral and hyperspectral infrared cameras, while applications highlighted will include additive manufacturing, battery research, experimental mechanics, gas detection, and more! Join us for this light-hearted and jovial celebration as we ring in the new year with a positive outlook for the future of infrared imaging.

Join Dr. Antoine Dumont and Dr. Joseph Carrock, Field Applications Scientists, at Telops for this virtual event.

Telops’ high-speed broadband and multispectral infrared cameras are well suited for imaging explosive and dynamic thermal runaway phenomena exhibited by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries subject to catastrophic abuse related failure. Field Application Engineers Mark Norman, Antoine Dumont, and Joe Carrock are proud to present newly acquired battery research measurements, captured in coordination with Mass Fire Safety, The New Bedford Massachusetts Fire Department, The Hazmat Guys Podcast, and researchers at Polytechnique Montreal.

Join Joseph Carrock, Field Applications Engineer at Telops, for this next webinar.
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The Quantitative Infrared Thermography (QIRT) conference is a biannual international conference in which Infrared Thermography (IRT) specialists from industries and academia discuss and present their current interests and novel developments.
Thermal infrared imaging is a powerful tool for investigation flame dynamics in fire research applications. Depending on the type of information being sought in a combustion experiment, spatial resolution, spectral resolution, or thermal dynamic range can be crucial to elucidating certain properties of the burning material or the flame itself. Telops offers a range of infrared cameras to address these various needs. A multispectral camera equipped with a fast-spinning filter wheel can be used to detect gaseous combustion products using bandpass filters tuned to the spectral emission features of the target species. A super high-definition camera with a spatial resolution of 1920 X 1536 pixels can provide extremely fine detail in the image of the flame. For both types of cameras, the Telops unique global radiometric calibration allows automatic exposure control (AEC) to be used during data collection to minimize pixel saturation, even during very dynamic thermal events. Recent experiments will be presented to illustrate these capabilities and more. Anyone working in the field of fire or combustion research will benefit from learning about these advancements in infrared thermal imaging.

Join Dr. Mark L. Norman, Field Applications Scientist, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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The CH4 event in Colorado promotes exchange of ideas from leading thought leaders, academic researchers, industry experts, regulators, policymakers, and environmental advocates. Speakers will address current research on methane emissions, technologies to detect and mitigate emissions, policy and regulatory frameworks, and business implications and opportunities.
In this webinar, Telops Field Application Scientist Antoine Dumont will introduce how multispectral infrared imaging can be applied to fire science research. While not having the high spectral resolution of a hyperspectral system, a multispectral measurement allows for an easier identification of gas species for fast phenomenon through a high frame rate acquisition.

Multispectral thermal infrared imaging is therefore a versatile tool for the characterization and analysis of fire-related phenomena. We will demonstrate the strong potential of multispectral imaging data in making quantitative estimates of important quantities such as flame thermodynamic
temperature and concentration estimates of combustion gas species. Case studies of measurements taken in collaboration with Worcester Polytechnic Institute will show the ability of Telops’ multispectral cameras to do such a thing within varying scenarios.

Join Antoine Dumont, Field Applications Engineer, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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The 17th International Workshop on Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications focus on advanced technology and materials, smart and fiber-optic sensors, thermo-fluid dynamics and energy, biomedical applications, environmental monitoring and much more.
The premier yearly European event that showcases the latest sensor and photonic technologies for imaging and monitoring the Earth’s atmosphere and environment, as well as sensor technologies that address homeland security, defence, and counterterrorism.
The Exhibition of Experimental Mechanics is the premier UK exhibition for manufacturers and suppliers of strain measurement and stress analysis equipment and will take place on 31 August 2023 as part of the 17th International Conference on advances in Experimental Mechanics which will take place between 30 August -1 September 2023, Glasgow University Union, University of Glasgow, UK.
In this webinar, Dr. Mark Norman, Field Applications Engineer with Telops, will present recent work performed in conjunction with partner SkyCam in which methane emissions from a flare stack at a municipal wastewater treatment plant were detected, identified, and quantified using an airborne hyperspectral infrared imaging system.

Join Dr. Mark L. Norman, Field Applications Scientist, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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American Business Conferences has held over 100 Summits around the world in the Oil & Gas space since 2010, with over 15,000 attendees. Our established Oil & Gas Congress series stretches globally across the USA, Canada, South America, Asia and Europe.
Come meet us at booth #212

The SEM Annual Conference and Exposition focuses on all areas of research and applications pertaining to experimental mechanics, and has evolved to encompass the latest technologies supporting optical methods; additive & advanced manufacturing; dynamic behavior of materials; biological systems; micro-and nano mechanics; fatigue and fracture; composite and multifunctional materials; residual stress; inverse problem methodologies; thermomechanics; and time dependent materials.
The 30th annual congress of the French Society of Thermal Engineering is jointly organized by the LAMIH UMR CNRS 8201 of the Polytechnic University Hauts-de-France and the research team Thermal Engineering & Combustion Unit of the UMONS.
As infrared focal plane array (FPA) detector technology matures, improvements in total array size and pixel pitch allow for construction of imaging devices with ever-improving spatial resolution capabilities. These high-resolution devices bring many advantages to scientific measurements, long-range surveillance, or military signature collection missions including superior image detail and clarity, wide field-of-view for large area coverage, and improved performance in both long-range and close-up image collection.
In this webinar, Telops Scientific Product Line Manager Ben Saute will discuss the technical advantages conferred by high-spatial resolution systems and introduce the state-of-the-art in high-definition infrared imaging systems, Telops FAST HD line.
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Come visit us at booth #330
In Part 2, we turn our focus to the thermal and spectral properties of the scene or target of interest, and how these properties can affect infrared imaging system specification. A discussion of scene thermal properties will address thermal contrast, spectral band selection, and calibrated temperature ranges. Additionally, target spectral properties to consider will be highlighted, including the infrared absorption and emission processes, implementation of spectral filtering, the analysis capabilities of Telops multispectral and hyperspectral infrared imaging products, and the importance of spectral resolution for material characterization.

Join Joseph Carrock, Field Applications Engineer, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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Telops will be at the 13th United States National Combustion Meeting, in Texas, USA!

We will present a poster describing how multispectral infrared imaging can be used to implement 2-color pyrometry calculations to determine the absolute temperature and emissivity of burning aerospace materials.
Thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging is a powerful technology that allows for the detection, identification, and quantification of methane emissions from a wide variety of emissions sources. The Telops Hyper-Cam is a high capability thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging system that is suitable for the detection and quantification of both localized fugitive point-source emissions and diffuse methane emissions from a dispersed source. This webinar introduces Telops
hyperspectral imaging technology and demonstrates its application to monitoring methane emissions.

Join Dr. Mark L. Norman, Field Applications Scientist, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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In Part 1 of the series, Telops Field Application Engineer Joseph Carrock will discuss basic camera parameters including spatial resolution, radiometric accuracy, and data acquisition speed (framerate and exposure time). Discussion will be focused on the tradeoffs associated with basic parameter optimization and representative, capability-driven systems from Telops thermal infrared imaging product line will be used for illustrative purposes.

Join Joseph Carrock, Field Applications Engineer, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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Photonics West is the world’s premiere optics & photonics event. Join us in San Francisco.
Meet us at booth #4445
December 12-16, 2022
We'll be at AGU this December!

Come by booth # 2022 to have a chat!
Methane emissions across the oil and gas value chain represent a significant contribution to climate change.

With countless production sites and thousands of kilometers of natural gas transmission and gathering pipelines throughout the world, there is a need to quickly and efficiently survey these installations to detect and identify potential leaks. In this webinar, we’ll present the Telops’ Methane Airborne Detection Solution and how it facilitates maintenance plans by providing clear and actionable reports about the locations of methane emissions. More specifically, we’ll describe:

The system,
The typical workflow,
Typical results and deliverables

Join Jean-Philippe Gagnon, Field Applications Engineer, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this webinar.
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November 15-17, 2022
We'll be at the OSG Fall Meeting this November!

If you work near McLean, Virgina, this could be a great occasion to ask for a demo. Contact us at [email protected]!
Telops used the TESTD Active thermography system with a long wave and Mid wave IR camera for a non-destructive approach for characterization of multi-layered panel paintings and analysis of their defects caused by aging and environmental effects. Two oil compositions painted on canvas, provided by the Louvre Museum were inspected. Active Thermography was demonstrated as being appropriate for characterization of various defects on painting layers and detection of underdrawings, pentimenti and analysis of preparatory layers and canvas, thus providing valuable insights to heritage science and restoration community. This is a promising analytical method for paintings inspection and efficient methodology to obtain valuable information on historical paintings, their preparation and painting procedure, preservation conditions, and defect analysis. The obtained data can be stored as Artwork unique finger print, which can help the curator to follow, identify and document the artworks.

Join Dr. Stéphane Boubanga Tombet from Telops, our expert for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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October 20-21, 2022
Come see us at the CH4 Connections Conference!

We'll be there to present our new methane detection service, which allows you to fly faster and increase your coverage.

Marketing director Frédérick Marcotte and president Jean Giroux will be there to answer any question you may have about how our system can help you visualize, identify and quantify gas leaks under various environmental conditions and industrial contexts. Learn how you can integrate one simple solution in your UAVs, helicopters or fixed-wing aircrafts and become an official partner.

Where: Fort Collins, Colorado

When: October 20-21

Conference website: https://www.gti.energy/training-events/ch4-connections
Sulfur oxide (SOx) from seagoing ships contribute to local air pollution in cities and coastal areas around the world. Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions in particular, are a precursor to acid rain and atmospheric particulates leading to ocean acidification which can contribute to negative human health outcomes1. The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) defines limits on the sulfur content in ship fuel oils, since the sulfur is ultimately released into the atmosphere through the ship’s exhaust system as sulfur dioxide (SO2). The current approved method to verify compliance to these limits requires direct sampling and analysis of on-board fuel storage tanks by regulatory personnel, a complex, time consuming and costly task. The use of remote hyperspectral imaging data along with signal processing techniques can provide rapid and accurate estimation of sulfur content in fuel oils. This webinar will describe how the Hyper-Cam, a hyperspectral camera, was used to detect, image and quantify SO2 emissions from several seagoing ships and then retrieve the sulfur content of the fuel. The sulfur content results obtained from the hyperspectral dataset compare very well to the sulfur content in the fuel obtained from bunker delivery notes provided by the ship’s owner as well as in situ measurements performed by an approved regulatory organization. This system offers a distinct advantage over existing, more complex, and time-consuming sulfur monitoring techniques as it does not require direct sampling of the fuel or the ship exhaust emissions.

Join Benjamin Saute, Field Applications Engineer, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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September 5-7, 2022
Our partner SphereOptics will be at SPIE Sensors + Imaging in Berlin, Germany, this September (5-7).

They'll be more than happy to discuss our products with you!
July 24-29, 2022
Join us for the 39th International Combustion Symposium, in Vancouver, Canada.

We'll be happy to discuss with you of the benefits of our IR cameras for combustion analysis. See you in booth #109!
July 4 - 8, 2022
Join us in Paris, France, July 4 to 8!

We'll present a paper on the quantification of CO2 from passive degassing at Sulphur Banks, in Hawaii.
June 28 - 30, 2022
Join us in Houston, Texas, June 28 to 30, to learn how you can obtain methane quantification reports in real time, and fly faster while increasing your coverage.

Our marketing director Frédérick Marcotte will be able to answer all your questions.
June 27 - 30, 2022
Come join us at the A&WMA Annual Conference this June in San Francisco!

We will present a summary of the methane quantification capabilities of our airborne hyperspectral imaging systems on June 29, 9:00 am PT.

We'll be at booth # 311.

We'll be happy to see you there!
June 13 - 16, 2022
Come join us at the SEM Annual Conference this June!

We will present the benefits of high-speed infrared imaging for experimental mechanics during the Technology Applications sessions.

We'll be happy to see you there!
June 7 - 10, 2022
Come join us at the ITBMS Conference this June in France!

We will present a paper on thermal IR camera system design for high-dynamic-range imaging on June 7.

We'll be happy to see you there!
June 8 - 10, 2022
Come join us at the OPTRO Conference this June in France!

We will present a paper on airborne quantification of methane emissions for alternative leak detection and repair (LDAR) on June 10, 10:40 am

We'll be happy to see you there!
May 31 - June 3, 2022
Come join s at the SDT conference this end of May.

Telops will have a stand and will present a paper on methane detection, identification and quantification.

We'll be happy to see you there!
The Hyper-Cam Mini xLW is an advanced compact IR hyperspectral imaging system that combines high spatial, spectral and temporal resolution for remote detection, identification, and quantification. It features small Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) & high sensitivity over an expanded spectral range.

Join Jean-Philippe Gagnon (Field Applications Engineer) and Philippe Lagueux (Product Line Manager) from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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During this presentation, we will present the Imagetna campaign carried out at Mount Etna in 2015 involving researchers from French (LPC2E, ONERA, LATMOS) and Italian laboratories (INGV). The radiative transfer and data retrieval model LARA (LATMOS Atmospheric Retrieval Algorithm) will also be introduced. Results and maps gathered from the Telops Hyper-Cam will be presented and compared to SO2 UV-Vis camera measurements. The comparison highlights an underestimation of the SO2 UV-Vis measurements by a factor of ~3 to 4 compared to SO2 values obtained by IR.

Join Dr. Charlotte Segonne from Université Clermont Auvergne and Dr. Stéphane Boubanga Tombet from Telops, our experts for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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April 3-7, 2022
Telops will be at SPIE DCS this year.

We will announce product launches, perform product demonstrations, and more. Come see us at booth #1229.
In order to better understand the dynamic behavior of CFRP and to improve numerical modeling tools for these materials, it is essential to better understand the effects of strain rate on damage initiation and growth. Unlike low loading rate mechanical tests, the experimental setup for intermediate strain rate tests is classically based on servo-hydraulic actuators. The higher the loading rate of such test equipment, the more complicated, if not impossible, it becomes to interrupt the loading without resorting to complex experimental setups. Consequently, the observation and monitoring of damage in CFRP during these tests is difficult to achieve with the usual techniques: optical microscopy, X-ray, CT-scan. To overcome this problem, it is possible to use high-speed infrared thermography, for example, to monitor the appearance of transverse cracks in cross-ply laminates at different loading rates [1, 2] or even the growth of delamination during impact tests. Join Stéphane Boubanga and Dr. Julien Berthe, our experts for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.

Join Dr. Julien Berthe from ONERA and Stephane Boubanga Field Applications Scientist at Telops for this virtual event.
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The oil and gas industry uses flaring to dispose of methane and other hydrocarbons in a safe and ecologically sustainable manner compared to venting directly to the atmosphere. Under ideal conditions, this process is 98% efficient; however, under some conditions, this figure is significantly lower. Given that nearly 1 billion tonnes of methane is flared each year, and that each tonne of methane has a global warming potential nearly 28-36 times that of CO2 over 100 years, it is imperative to identify and correct flares that are operating under sub-optimal conditions.

Join Professor Kyle Daun from University of Waterloo and Jean-Philippe Gagnon Field Applications Scientist at Telops for this virtual event.
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Wednesday March 9th, 2022
Our Field Application Scientist Benjamin Saute will present his paper titled "Detection, Identification, and Quantification of Fugitive Methane Emissions Using Thermal Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging".

When? Wednesday March 9th, 1:35-2:00 PM Pacific

Join us by registering here : https://www.awma.org/measurementstechprogram.
History teaches us that major breakthroughs in science and technology are always tied to the capability to observe nature. Advancing measurement techniques is critical in any research field. In this talk, I will discuss the development of high-resolution infrared thermometry, and the use of this technique to shed light on physical phenomena, focusing on flow boiling heat transfer. Flow boiling plays a central role in light water reactors (LWRs) thermal-hydraulics due to its exceptional heat transfer efficiency. The outcome of flow boiling results from many intertwined parameters. I will show how to perform direct measurement of key flow boiling parameters on different types of surface in steady state heating conditions. I will leverage these measurements to develop better understanding for flow boiling heat transfer. The outcome of my research should bring about the valuable power uprates of current LWRs and the better design for advanced reactors.

Contact: Stéphane Bounbanga
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Experimentally determining the velocities and temperatures of in-flight metallic feedstock particles during cold gas spraying is challenging. Recently, scientists at the Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH used a state-of-the-art high-speed IR camera to investigate the behavior of two different feedstock materials, In718 and TiAlCrNb, both of which are used as structural materials in gas turbine engines.

Contact: Jean-Philippe Gagnon
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December 13 - 17, 2021
Telops will be at AGU this December. Come see us at booth # 543!
The HD and Super HD Series are high-performance infrared cameras that provide unprecedented image quality with crisp imaging of sharp targets while maintaining an excellent sensitivity. With real-time calibration, it provides unique capabilities in applications that require large image coverage. Discover more in this next webinar!

Contact:Benjamin Saute
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November 15 - 18, 2021
Telops will be at ASNT this November. Come see us at booth # 749!
Université Laval's team of Formula SAE regularly participates in student racing competitions. Telops, who sponsors the team, had the unique opportunity to watch it perform tests on its electric vehicle before the Toronto Shootout... Visit this page to see what it looks like in infrared!
In this webinar we will discuss the implementation and performances of infrared deflectometry and demonstrate how this new approach broadens the range of materials and surfaces that can be tested using the deflectometry technique. The results reported here provide a path toward a widespread use of this technology for topography or surface vibration measurements.

Contact:Stéphane Boubanga
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October 19 - 20, 2021
Telops will be presenting at Mega Symposium this October. Presentation will be about the management of VOC emissions. Don't miss it!
The Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini is a state-of-the-art thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging system designed for use on a wide-variety of manned and unmanned aerial platforms. Join Telops Field Application Engineer Benjamin Saute for a look at this latest entry to the Telops hyperspectral product line. This webinar will serve as an introduction to the Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini, providing attendees with a detailed description of the hardware and underlying technology that make this product unique. Finally, we will show the Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini in action by highlighting key applications including gas detection, identification, and quantification, airborne geological exploration and mapping, and environmental research and compliance.

Contact:Benjamin Saute
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