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Polish university invests in hyper-spectral imaging technology

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The Military University of Technology (MUT) in Poland has awarded Telops a contract valued at $1.8 million for the delivery and customisation of two Hyper-Cams, Telops' hyper-spectral imaging technology.

Telops Hyper-Cam will be used by the Institute of Opto-Electronics (IOE) of MUT with a mission to support research and education in the optoelectronics. The IOE is engaged in research and development in the field of optical, electrical and mechanical processes, components and systems. Research projects held at the IOE cover broad range of subjects related to optoelectronics from basic research to prototype development.

'We are honoured to collaborate with such a prestigious European University. Our unique imaging technology will support MUT's efforts to bring science to a higher level and enable new applications in military optical sensing.' said Paul Chabot, VP sales and marketing at Telops.

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