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Emergency Response

    English | 简体中文 Bruker Optics Remote Sensing systems provide first response teams with the ability to detect and identify many species of hazardous gases, including Toxic Industrial Compounds (TICs) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), from a distance that is removed from the area where the compounds reside. The intuitive user interface of the OPUS RS […]
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Industrial Safety

English | 简体中文 Replace the need for multiple chemical-specific point sensors with Bruker’s  Remote Sensing systems that automatically locate, detect and identify fugitive compounds present in the area surveyed. The video and overlaid chemical images of the SIGIS 2 and the HI 90 provide location and concentration details as well as identification of the gases present. With […]
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Environmental Monitoring

English | 简体中文 In environmental monitoring applications, users of Bruker’s Remote Sensing systems benefit from extremely high sensitivity and the ability to continuously scan the field of regard while searching for hazardous compounds.  Using a highly efficient active detection arrangement, the OPS is ideal for applications such as fence line monitoring and fixed path measurements.   Using the […]
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Security and Defense

English | 简体中文 Stadium surveillance and large crowd monitoring have become increasingly important security applications that are now employing remote sensing technologies. Low false alarm rates and high sensitivity requirements present challenges that, in the past, have been difficult to meet. Bruker’s SIGIS 2 and HI 90 both permit video images with detected chemical maps overlaid onto […]
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Research

English | 简体中文 All of Bruker’s Remote Sensing systems utilize a format which allows detailed spectral analysis and cross-referencing of data collected against a library of up to 400 compounds for accurate interpretation. The EM27 FTIR spectrometer is used for applications that require high resolution, passive detection studies such as volcanology, ambient air studies and diffuse emission […]
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