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 it has been selected as a finalist by the selection committee for the 2011 Innovation Awards from the Association of Industrial Research of Quebec (ADRIQ) in the "Product" category for its line of high performance infrared cameras.
This line of high-performance infrared cameras, developed and commercialized by Telops, is a revolutionary solution in this market. This product line includes cooled infrared cameras such as the FAST-IR 1000 with the highest frame rates per second and the HD-IR 1280 with the highest spatial resolution on the market.
"In this high-tech industry, Telops is pleased to be selected as a finalist for a prestigious award as the Innovation Awards of the ADRIQ." said Paul Chabot, Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Telops.
Since 1991, the Innovation Awards of the Association of Industrial Research of Quebec (ADRIQ) are given to organizations with significant innovation in Quebec. The awards will be announced at the ADRIQ Innovation Awards Gala, the most renowned event in the province of Quebec in the field of industrial innovation, on November 22 in Montreal. Every year, some 500 decision-makers and guests from the Quebec technology industry meet there to congratulate the finalists and winners.
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.