Long distance gas identification, visualization and quantification system
The SIGIS 2 is a scanning imaging remote sensing system based on the combination of an infrared spectrometer with a single element detector and a scanner system. It allows automatic identification, quantification and visualization of gas clouds from long distances. The system measures a selected area and visualizes a chemical image overlaid on a video image as a result of the automatic analysis. SIGIS 2 systems are applied in industrial facility surveillance, environmental applications, atmospheric research, and volcanology and are part of the equipment of emergency response forces around the world. Since the SIGIS 2 is a passive remote sensing system, no external light sources or reflection optics are needed.
Scanning Gas Imaging System
Automatic real-time identification and quantification
Passive long-range detection
Automatic radiometric calibration - no calibration to target gas necessary
Automatic compensation of atmospheric gases and interfering compounds
Day and night 360° surveillance
Based on RockSolidTM interferometer
The permanently aligned RocksolidTM interferometer is a unique patented component which yields over 20% higher throughput than ordinary interferometer design. It benefits from dual retro reflection cube corner mirrors and wear-free pivot mechanism located in the center of mass, which ensures exceptional stability and reliability even in harsh environment. With its patented design, the elimination of mirror tilt optically and prevention of mirror shear mechanically is reached.
No need of standby mode to protect the bearing
No need of recalibration after movement
No wearing of mechanical bearing, no spare parts, minimization of service costs