Infrared camera and hyperspectral imaging systems provider Telops Inc. of Quebec City has received a contract for a cooled infrared camera by the Patuxent River Infrared Signature Measurements (PRISM) team, under the auspices of the US Naval Air Systems Command. The contract includes delivery of a cooled very long wave infrared camera. Featuring real-time temperature calibration and instantaneous availability of processed and calibrated images, the camera will assist the US Naval Air Warfare Center and will support PRISM’s efforts to provide the capabilities, facilities and expertise necessary for conducting R&D and evaluation of naval aircraft, weapons and associated systems. In other news, Telops has appointed Hadland Imaging LLC of Santa Cruz, Calif., as an authorized sales representative to strengthen its position in the US. Hadland Imaging, which provides products and services such as ultrahigh-speed cameras, is expected to benefit from Telops’ expertise in optoelectronics systems and in the design and production of high-performance cooled infrared cameras. The agreement will allow Telops to develop its business relationships in California, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington.