Hyper Cam Airborne Mini – hyperspectral thermal IR platform

Airborne Platform.

The Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini was developed with flexibility and ease of use as the primary drivers. It comes with separate optical head and processing unit, swappable fore-optics and a powerful software suite for the command, control and processing of data.


A new compact airborne hyper spectral imaging system!

The Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini is a revolutionary infrared hyperspectral imaging system that couples high spatial, spectral and temporal resolution with advanced miniaturization engineering. Designed to fit small aircrafts and other compact vehicles, this lightweight imaging sensor is a versatile tool for hyperspectral IR surveys, and a unique instrument for real-time gas detection, identification and quantification.

Key benefits include:

  • High spatial resolution and imaging quality
  • High temporal resolution
  • Selectable spectral resolution
  • Extreme flexibility: the Hyper-Cam Airborne Mini comes with separate optical head and processing unit, swappable fore-optics and a powerful software suite for the commands, controls and processing of data.

Key specifications:

Operational ModesMapping, Targeting
Spectral Range7.4 - 11.8 µm
Pixel FOV750 µrad
Total Angular Range13.5 x 10.9°
Included in Optical HeadImage Motion
Compensation Mirror
Boresighted Visible Camera
GPS/INS+ Platform
Head and Platform size28 x 35 x 38 cm
Head and Platform weight < 20 kg

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Possible Applications:

  • Hyperspectral mapping
  • Surveillance
  • Vegetation characterization
  • Mineral survey
  • Anomaly detection

Application Notes:


Thermal infrared hyperspectral imaging is well suited for the detection, identification, and quantification of industrial stack gas emissions. This application note describes a measurement campaign performed at the Port of Rotterdam with the Telops Hyper-Cam, a commercial high-performance, FTIR-based hyperspectral imaging instrument. Principles of gas detection, quantification, and identification are discussed and computed mass-flow rate results are presented from data acquired at a commercial alkene production facility.

The extract above is taken from a whitepaper written by Telops titled “Thermal Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging for the Detection, Identification and Quantification of Industrial Stack Gas Emissions” Click here to read on

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