How Thermal Imaging Works
Thermal cameras make pictures from heat, not visible light. Thermal cameras are an array of heat sensors to make up thermal pixels in a thermal image. These thermal cameras are also known by various other names such as thermal sensor, heat vision camera and thermal vision camera. Thermal Cameras have unlimited applications because Thermal energy is radiated from everything. Thermal cameras can capture temperature differences emitted from; Living things – People, animals and vegetation. Buildings – Skyscrapers, buildings, factories, houses and tents. Machinery – engines, conveyor belts and assembly lines. Planes, Boats and Vehicles – all types of automobiles, boats and vehicles Electrical –...
Thermal Camera Technology Applications
Applications for this thermal technology extends from traditional security through to camera medical, industrial, geological and any application where temperature represents something meaningful. The following are examples of where the application of thermal camera technology can have an impact: Safety & Law Enforcement Surveillance- see hiding burglars or track someone fleeing a crime scene Thermal camera vision from a Police helicopter finds suspect's heat signature as he lay in a tarp-covered boat. Firefighting- quickly identify if a spot fire or camp fire is actually out, or just about to reignite. Search & rescue- find out where people are in darkened or...
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