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, at Telops for this virtual event.
Hyperspectral and Infrared Innovation.
Located in Quebec City, Canada, Telops designs and manufactures high-performance hyperspectral imaging systems and infrared cameras for defence, industrial, and academic research applications. Telops also offers R&D services for optical systems technology development in order to respond to the specific needs of its customers.
Since its beginnings in 2000, Telops has distinguished itself with the quality of its personnel and its innovative approach to the technological challenges of the optics and photonics field. Today, the expertise of its scientists, engineers and technicians and the performance of its infrared cameras and hyperspectral imagers are internationally recognized.
While being headquartered in Canada, Telops caters to an international market using an efficient network of distribution and representation.
Whether you are looking for equipment, expertise or subcontracting for your optical systems projects, Telops will turn your high expectations into successes.