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Hyperspectral Imaging Videos: Hyper-Cam

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Telops' Hyper-Cam is a cutting edge hyperspectral imaging system. Every object at temperatures above absolute zero emits infrared radiation. By comparing a measured spectrum with the signatures of known gases and solids, the constituents and properties of a target can be identified. This unique investigation tool becomes even more powerful when it is spatially resolved.

Telops' Hyper-Cam can be used in military, airborne, research, and environmental applications. It's powerful, yet easy to use and is compact and portable for field use.

Videos for Hyper-Cam can be found below. To request more information or to discuss your applications, please contact us.

Telops Hyper-Cam used for Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the orange cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Telops Hyper-Cam used for Ammonia (NH3) and Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. The Telops Hyper-Cam illustrates its capability to detect multiple gases simultaneously. Releases of ammonia (NH3) and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) are detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of these gases is visualized by the purple and yellow clouds with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Telops Hyper-Cam used for Ammonia (NH3) Detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of ammonia (NH3) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the orange cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Telops Hyper-Cam used for Acetic Acid (AA) Detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of acetic acid (CH3COOH) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the green cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Telops Hyper-Cam used for Phosgene (CG) Detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release of phosgene (CG) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this dangerous gas is visualized by the orange cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Telops Hyper-Cam used for TriEthyl Phosphate (TEP) Detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release, from a vessel, of triethyl phosphate (TEP) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this gas is visualized by the blue cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Telops Hyper-Cam used for TriEthyl Phosphate (TEP) Detection
The most advanced hyperspectral imaging sensor in the world. A release, from a vessel, of triethyl phosphate (TEP) is detected remotely by the Telops Hyper-Cam. The presence of this gas is visualized by the blue cloud with a 320 x 256 pixels detector in the Long-Wave Infrared.


Military Research Using Infrared Hyper-Spectral Imaging
Detection and identification of hard targets, camouflage and flares is possible using hyper-spectral imaging.


Environmental Research Using Infrared Hyper-spectral Imaging
Infrared hyper-spectral imaging offers researchers the possibility to detect, identify and quantify dangerous gases at a distance of up to five kilometers.


Hyperspectral Infrared Imaging with the Hyper-Cam
Discover a number of possible uses for hyperspectral imaging using the most sensitive spectrometer available.