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La nouvelle caméra HDR M700 est arrivée!

Telops est fier d’annoncer le lancement du la nouvelle HDR M700, une révolution dans l’offre commerciale des systèmes d’imagerie thermique.

Récompenses récentes

Exportateur de l'année & Leader à l’export régions urbaines

Telops a reçu le prix de l’exportateur de l’année et le prix du leader de l’exportation dans les régions urbaines pour s’être distingué sur les marchés internationaux.

Webinaire passé
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.

Rejoignez Joseph Carrock, Scientifique d'applications chez Telops pour ce prochain webinaire.
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Événement passé
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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Le 32ème Congrès Français de Thermique est organisé par le Laboratoire des sciences de l’ingénieur, de l'informatique et de l'imagerie, ICUBE. Cette unité mixte de recherche est placée sous la tutelle de l’université de Strasbourg, du CNRS, de l’INSA Strasbourg, de l’ENGEES et de l'Inria Grand Est.
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When pulled uniaxially to failure, metallic specimens undergo two periods of reversible elastic stress. The first occurs during the initial elastic portion of the stress-strain curve prior to the on-set of plastic deformation. The second occurs at the moment of fracture, as the strain applied to the specimen is rapidly and elastically released. Assuming near isentropic conditions, the effect is thermos-elastic cooling or heating depending on the sign of the stress. To identify and document this effect, tensile strength tests were performed and imaged by a highly sensitive Telops broadband infrared camera. Join us for a first look at these newly acquired measurements collected in collaboration with the University of Rochester’s Materials Science Program and Mechanical Engineering Department.

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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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Événement passé
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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