Using thermal imaging in Research and Development

All around the world, Engineering and Scientific researchers are extensively using thermal imaging or infrared cameras. Thermal imaging cameras offer insight into significant information about an object’s thermal attributes. Manufacturing industries as well are using thermal imaging cameras to enhance their quality control during the earliest stages of product development. These instruments help to study [...]

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Ford builds quieter vehicles using thermal imaging

Ford engineers are using thermal imaging technology to eliminate annoying noises that come from the interior of vehicles during the design process. In a press release from Ford, it was mentioned that the thermal imaging camera is aimed at a vehicle whose cabin is being pumped full of heated air. In the thermal image, the [...]

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A new thermal imaging technology with MSX for quick, finer and detailed results

Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) is a new technological feature which has been introduced by FLIR systems into the world of thermal imaging cameras. With this new technology, FLIR intends to help its customers to find more anomalies within the shortest possible time, but this time around with finer, detailed and extraordinarily crusty images. The [...]

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FLIR thermal imaging cameras top it all in predictive maintenance

The efficiency of FLIR thermal imaging cameras is evident in the industrial predictive maintenance applications. Many industrial companies are using FLIR thermal imaging cameras to reduce the risk of disrupting production processes. These technological devices have also led companies to avoid unnecessary cost and breakdowns. One of the largest consultancy agencies admitted their reason for [...]

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R&D and industrial thermal imaging applications get newly upgraded with FLIR series

The FLIR A3500sc/A6500sc cameras introduced by FLIR systems are exclusively designed for R&D and industrial applications. These include type/brake testing, welding/soldering processes, glass measurement and fast moving process control. The cameras consist of a cooled 3-5 micron MW-IR detector meant for R&D applications since this field often requires more sensitivity, better image quality and a [...]

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Thermal imaging robots to aid in firefighting

Engineers in the Coordinated Robotics Lab at the University of Calofornia, San Diego have developed new techniques to help improve methods used in fire fighting. They have created small mobile robots that will take thermal data with an in-built infrared camera. This data will then be mapped onto a 3D scene constructed from images taken [...]

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Battery performance improved with thermal imaging camera

Researchers have found a new way to improve upon the quality control of lithium-ion batteries. A thermal camera was used to record flaws that were detected as the batteries were being manufactured. The aim of this research was to ensure advancement in the consistency of the batteries. . Thermal image of flaws detected with thermal [...]

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