Thermal Imaging or Thermography, is a type of infrared imaging. Thermal imaging camera sensors detect heat in the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum (roughly 900–14,000 nanometers or 0.9–14 µm) and produce color or black and white images from heat signatures.
Let’s start with a little background. Our eyes see reflected lighThermal VSt. Daylight cameras, night vision devices, and the human eye all work on the same basic principle: visible light energy hits something and bounces off it, a detector then receives it and turns it into an image.
Whether you’re heading out early, coming home late, or on the water around the clock, what you don't see can make all the difference in the world. But now you can have the power to see clearly whenever it’s hard to see, even in total darkness.
FLIR exhibition at ASPACPOL, INDO SECURITY AND INDO FIREX 2013 EXPO & FORUM
11 - 13 December 2013 | Hall D, JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta - Indonesia
This expo consist of the latest technology developments of the Indonesian police, security equipment, fire equipment, rescue equipment and solutions for your facility, implementing or to develop a comprehensive occupational safety and health programme.