Remote Sensing

Bruker Optics offers a broad portfolio of FTIR-based remote sensing systems for identification and quantification of gases, even from far distances

  • The open path spectrometer OPS is an active spectrometer with internal light source and external retroreflector array, which is mainly used for air monitoring and high-precision quantification of atmospheric gases.


  • The EM 27 can be operated in active configuration with external light source, as well as in passive configuration. It is perfectly suited for the real-time air monitoring.


  • The mobile EM27/SUN uses the CAMTracker to image the center of the sun on its detector to measure the absorption spectrum of the atmosphere. By this the EM27/SUN is perfectly suited for the measurement of greenhouse gases.


  • The SIGIS 2 is a scanning imaging remote sensing system that overlays the FTIR-based chemical information of the gas with the optical image of a video or infrared camera. The SIGIS 2 enables the real-time identification, visualization and quantification of hazardous clouds.


  • The Hyperspectral Imaging System HI 90 is an imaging remote sensing system that overlays the FTIR-based chemical information of the gas with the optical image of a video camera. The HI 90 enables the real-time identification, visualization and quantification of hazardous clouds.
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