Vendors Presentations and Reception XIV @ SPIE DCS via ThermoSense XL Online. — This session is now in its 14th year and has become very popular with attendees at SPIE’s … Continue reading
Abstracts due 9 October 201 Call for Papers ThermoSense XL: The Thermosense conference promotes worldwide exchange of information about research, uses and applications of infrared (IR) imaging technology. This includes … Continue reading
May 31 – June 2, 2017 | Brno, Czech Republic Online.–. Opgal Optronic Industries Ltd, will be displaying its field-proven defense and security solutions at the International Fair of Defence … Continue reading
A free webinar by Telops 2 May 2017 | 10:30 am & 9:30 pm Eastern Time Online — Want to know how to choose the best infrared camera for your … Continue reading
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Atto320TM in handheld thermal cameras Veurey-Voroize, near Grenoble, France – ULIS, a manufacturer of innovative thermal sensors, has announced the launch of Atto320TM, the first in a family of 12-micron, … Continue reading
As we all know, technology is constantly evolving. Advances in thermal imaging are a testament to the impact technology can have on an industry.
Once expensive military technology, thermal imaging cameras are more affordable than ever, and security professionals are quickly taking advantage of enhancements to video surveillance this technology provides.
Poor lighting and long distances limit the effectiveness of video surveillance cameras and closed circuit television to monitor a specified area. Although effective in the right environment, the need for adequate lighting and the threat of a burned out light bulb – at the wrong time – make for unreliable security.
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The Armstrong Optical website (www.armstrongoptical.co.uk) in the UK has a short (but sweet) section on Infrared Thermography and thermal imaging applications images.
It is more of an image gallery than a set of applications stories, but the images are quite informative and interesting.
They are broken down roughly into the following categories:
* Building Survey applications
* Building exterior
* Electronic test,
* Heavy Industry applications
* Medical/Veterinary applications
* Overheating person
* Power transmission applications
* Security & Surveillance applications
* Covert meeting