Aerial thermography cannot be left out in the wide spectrum of thermal imaging applications

Aerial thermal imaging survey is one method used to illustrate the issues being faced by cities and industries in the attempt to cut costs and conserve energy. This technique employs high resolution and sensitive thermal imagers usually mounted on airplanes or helicopters. These cameras measure the relative heat emissions from buildings, industrial sources and landfill sites that are dispensed into the atmosphere. Thermal imaging cameras are used to conduct surveys quickly and cost effectively.


Aerial Thermal Imaging of Heat Loss from the roof of a building


Aerial Thermal Image of a land site


FLR Systems are the leading producers of high performance thermal imaging cameras in the world. Their cameras are robustly constructed to withstand any harsh condition. They are portable and easy to operate. FLIR thermal imaging cameras come in various series accompanied with a vast variety of features and functions some of which include a ¬†possession of resolutions of up to 640×480 pixels. They also have thermal sensitivity ranging from 0.10 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. Due to the reliability on their high quality performance, FLIR thermal imaging cameras are perfect instruments for any form of aerial thermographic survey.


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