Telops, leader in the field of high performance infrared cameras and hyperspectral imaging systems for the Defense and Security, Environmental, Oil and Gas, and Industrial markets, is pleased to announce that is has been awarded a contract for an airborne Hyper-Cam by the Public Research Center - Gabriel Lippmann (CRP-GL). The contract includes the initial delivery and further customization of a Hyper-Cam, Telops' unique FTIR hyperspectral imaging system, along with an Airborne Platform which allows the Hyper-Cam to be mounted in an airplane for advanced infrared hyperspectral mapping. This substantial agreement with CRP-GL reinforces Telops' position as a leading supplier in the hyperspectral imaging systems market.
The primary function of the Hyper-Cam airborne platform is to compensate for the aircraft displacement and its angular pitch, roll and yaw, which will allow the instrument to be used for hyperspectral mapping of the ground or atmosphere and the detection and identification of any substance that has a known infrared spectrum.
The Hyper-Cam and its airborne platform will be used by CRP-GL to improve their capabilities in the fields of sustainable management of the environment.
"We are highly privileged to collaborate with such a prestigious institution. Our unique imaging technology and airborne capabilities will support the Public Research Centre's efforts to bring applied research, technology development and education to new heights." says Paul Chabot, VP Sales and Marketing at Telops.
"The novel Hyper-Cam by Telops together with its airborne platform will allow us to become a world leading knowledge centre in thermal remote sensing with key applications in natural resource management." states Dr. Lucien Hoffmann, Scientific Director of the Department 'Environment and agro-biotechnologies' at CRP-GL.
Telops is a leading supplier of high performance infrared cameras and hyperspectral imaging systems for defense and security, environmental and industrial applications. Telops also offers R&D services for optical system technology development. In addition to providing specialized opto-electronic engineering services, Telops has also developed the new HD-IR 1280 High Definition Scientific Infrared Camera, the FAST-IR 1000, the first 1,000 FPS Infrared Camera, the TEL-1000, and the powerful Hyper-Cam providing information rich data for a wide variety of applications. With Telops Systems, you will detect, identify and quantify remote substances previously invisible.
About Public Research Center – Gabriel Lippmann
The CRP - Gabriel Lippmann is a public establishment devoted to applied scientific research and technological development, as well as technology transfer and permanent high-level training. Its activities aim to reinforce the economic fabric of the country through the creation of new technological skills within the CRP - Gabriel Lippmann and by transfering this know-how to companies. In a view of the current major stakes in terms of sustainable development, both scientific and technological as well as economic and environmental, the Department 'Environment and agro-biotechnologies' focuses on the sustainable management of natural resources, relying among others on Earth observation data.