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Scotland’s tallest chimney demolished

With two explosions, Scotland’s tallest free-standing structure has been brought down by demolishing experts. The structure is a 236m-tall chimney situated at the former Inverkip Power Station. . However before the blast could be started, an inspection of the area was conducted with a police helicopter that used thermal imaging equipment to make sure there [...]

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Thermal imaging camera helps to check hot spot after fire guts building

Four flats in Milton Keynes have been damaged with fire early this morning. Fire men from Broughton, Bletchley and Great Holm were called to the scene. They found out that the fire began in a utilities cupboard outside the ground floor terraced flat. . Source: mkweb.co.uk . Meanwhile the firefighters managed to put out the [...]

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Firefighters carry out investigations with thermal imaging cameras

A garden shed was seen in flames on Spring Court in Runcorn on 21st July, at around 6:’40am. Firefighters responded to the call as they started investigating the cause of the fire. Before the fire men left, they used a thermal imaging camera to check and made sure that the flames had not spread to [...]

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Piper City Fire Department use donation to procure a thermal imaging camera

A sum of $2,500 was received by the Piper City Fire Department as a donation from the Monsanto Fund’s America’s Farmers Grow Communities program. This is they used to acquire a thermal imaging camera. . The thermal imaging camera according to Fire Chief Anthony Lane, will improve their department’s ability to find people who are [...]

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FLIR Systems ordered to produce camera for worldwide counter-terrorism

FLIR Systems has announced that it has received a $16 million order from one of the largest users of the company’s successful Recon product line, an Asian government customer purposefully linked with the United States for its Recon B2-FO integrated dual-channel binoculars. . This order was purported for the provision of the high performance long-range [...]

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Fire men put out fire at St. Goerges Cresent, Bodmin

Fire men were called to put out flames that had taken hold within the bedroom of a terraced bungalow on St. Georges Crescent, Bodmin yesterday at 1.40am. Two occupants even though suffered smoke inhalation managed to escape the flames and were taken care of by the ambulance personnel. The fire crew who came from Bodwin [...]

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Sea rescue team receives donation for purchase of thermal imaging cameras

The Smith Point Sea Rescue received a donation of $3,000 from the Rive Counties Community Foundation. The grant is meant to be used to purchase hand-held thermal imaging devices to provide valuable assistant in locating disabled boaters at night or in situations where visibility is low. . According to a board member Andy Kauders, these [...]

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Roof of newly built bungalow collapses

Shortly after the collapse of the roof of newly built bungalow in Newport, emergency services arrived with their various equipments in search of victims. . Collapsed roof at bungalow in Forton Road, Newport Source: shropshirestar.com .. Fire crew used their thermal imaging cameras to search through the debris for any trapped bodies. They found out [...]

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Firefighters battle fire with help from thermal imaging cameras

The Manhatan Beach Firefighters on Friday 28th June at 5:55am used thermal imaging cameras to fight fire. Neighbors reported to have seen flames and smoke coming from the outside of a wall in a residential home. . Source: tbrnews.com . On entry, the firefighters realized the house was filled with smoke. They searched the house [...]

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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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