Bruker remote sensing systems allow analysis of gases, liquids, and solids. In addition, HI 90 and SIGIS 2 are imaging spectrometers, adding mapping capabilities. All systems utilize ruggedized Bruker FTIR interferometers assuring unsurpassed reliability and accuracy. All systems are available in mobile configurations for field applications.
Bruker’s IFS 125HR spectrometer is designed as an ultra-high resolution FTIR spectrometer which provides outstanding performance for R&D laboratory application. But many of its installations are used for highly accurate atmospheric trace gas analysis, atmospheric emission studies and remote monitoring of atmospheric pollutants. Measurements of human made atmospheric pollution are made either in transmittance by using the sun as active IR radiation source or in a passive emission mode.
Identification and Quantification of Pollutants and Hazardous Material
High-Precision Quantification of Trace Gases
Air Quality Monitoring
Volcanic Gas Analysis
Security and Defense
Identification and Mapping of Airborne TICs and CWAs