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  • Telops Receives Airborne Hyper-Cam Order
Nov 2011
QUEBEC CITY, Nov. 22, 2011 — Telops has received a contract order from the Public Research Center — Gabriel Lippmann (CRP-GL) in Luxembourg, Belgium, for an airborne Hyper-Cam Fourier transfer infrared hyperspectral imaging system.

The order includes the delivery and customization of the Hyper-Cam, along with an airborne platform that allows the system to be mounted in an airplane for advanced infrared hyperspectral mapping and for the detection and identification of infrared substances.

CRP-GL will use the platform to improve its capabilities in the field of sustainable management of the environment.

Telops manufactures infrared cameras and hyperspectral imaging systems for defense and security, environmental and industrial applications.

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infrared mapping
The process of mapping the infrared emittance of an area through the use of an infrared detector and related scanning instrumentation to produce thermal images that are then recorded on photographic film. If black and white film is used, the area's varying infrared intensities are recorded in shades of gray. With color film, false colors, such as the bright magenta produced by the high infrared emittance of vegetation, distinguish different intensities.
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