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Photonics West is the world’s premiere optics & photonics event. Join us in San Francisco.
Meet us at booth #4445
Du 12 au 16 décembre
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

Rejoignez Jean-Philippe Gagnon, Field Applications Engineer, from Telops, for a high-level discussion in this next webinar.
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15-17 novembre, 2022
Nous serons présents à McLean, en Virginie, dans le cadre du OSG Fall Meeting.

Si vous travaillez près de cet endroit, ce serait l'occasion idéale de demander une démonstration de nos produits. Contactez-nous à [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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Les 20 et 21 octobre 2022
Venez nous voir à la conférence CH4 Connections!

Nous y serons pour présenter notre nouvelle solution de détection de méthane, qui permet aux fournisseurs de services de survoler les zones à investiguer plus rapidement.

Le directeur marketing de Telops, Frédérick Marcotte, et le président, Jean Giroux, seront sur place pour répondre à toutes vos questions sur la façon dont notre système peut vous aider à visualiser, identifier et quantifier les fuites de gaz dans différentes conditions météorologiques.

Intégrez facilement notre solution sur vos appareils de vol, même les plus légers!

Où: Fort Collins, Colorado

Quand: Les 20 et 21 octobre 2022

Site Web de la conférence:
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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Du 24 au 29 juillet 2022
Nous serons au 39e Symposium internationnal sur la combustion (International Combustion Symposium) cette fin juillet à Vancouver.

Si vous y êtes aussi, passez nous voir au kiosque 109; nous serons heureux de discuter avec vous des fonctionnalités de nos caméras infrarouge adaptées à l'analyse de la combustion.
Du 28 au 30 juin
Nous serons au congrès de détection de fuites de pipelines cette fin-juin pour discuter de notre nouvelle offre de détection de méthane.

Obtenez des rapports de quantification en temps réel, et couvrez de plus grandes distances facilement.

Notre directeur marketing Frédérick Marcotte peut répondre à toutes vos questions!

Contactez-le: [email protected]
Du 27 au 30 juin 2022
Nous serons à San Francisco du 27 au 30 juin pour le congrès annuel d'A&WMA. Venez nous voir au booth 311, ou encore assistez à notre présentation sur la quantification aéroportée de fuites de méthane (29 juin, 9:00 am PT).
13 au 16 juin 2022
Venez nous rencontrer à la conférence annuelle de la société américaine de mécanique expérimentale.

Nous vous présenterons les avantages de l'imagerie infrarouge haute vitesse pour les applications en méchanique expérimentale lors des sessions "Technology Applications".
Du 7 au 10 juin 2022
Venez nous voir à ITBMS, en France ce mois de juin!

Nous présenterons un papier sur le design de caméras infrarouge pour de la détection sur des plages dynamiques étendues.
Du 8 au 10 juin 2022
Venez nous voir à Versailles dans le cadre de la conférence OPTRO cette semaine!

Nous pésenterons un papier sur la quantification du haut des airs d'émissions de méthane pour la réparation (LDAR), le 10 juin à 10:40 am.
Du 4 au 8 juillet 2022
Nous serons à Paris, en France, du 4 au 8 juillet!

Nous présenterons les résultats de notre recherche sur la quantification de CO2 émanant de Sulphur Banks, à Hawaii.
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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Du 31 mai au 3 juin
Telops est heureuse de se joindre à la communauté européenne de thermiciens qui sera réunie au Congrès Français de Thermique.

Venez nous rencontrer à notre kiosque et ne manquez pas notre présentation sur la détection, l'identification et la quantification de méthane.
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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Du 3 au 7 avril 2022
Telops sera à SPIE DCS cette année.

Nous y annoncerons de nouveaux produits, ferons des démonstrations, et plus encore! Venez nous voir au kiosque 1229.
n 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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Mercredi le 9 mars 2022
Ne manquez pas la présentation de notre scientifique d'application Benjamin Saute.

"Detection, Identification, and Quantification of Fugitive Methane Emissions Using Thermal Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging".

Quand? Mercredi le 9 mars de 1:35 à 2:00 pm Heure du Pacifique

Pour s'inscrire :
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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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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15 au 18 novembre 2021
Nous serons à ASNT en novembre! Venez nous voir au kiosque 749.
L'équipe de Formule SAE de l'Université Laval a construit un véhicule de course électrique et participe régulièrement à des compétitions universitaires d’ingénierie. Le mois dernier, juste avant sa participation au Shootout de Toronto, l'équipe devait tester son véhicule, et Telops - qui sponsorise l'équipe - a eu l'occasion unique d'assister aux tests sur son prototype. Visitez cette page pour voir ce que ça donne en infrarouge!
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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19 au 20 octobre 2021
Jean-Philippe Gagnon présentera des résultats expérimentaux au sujet de la détection et de la quantification de composés organiques volatiles (COV).
19 au 20 octobre 2021
Jean-Philippe Gagnon présentera des résultats expérimentaux au sujet de la détection et de la quantification de composés organiques volatiles (COV).
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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