There are arguably countless types of infrared cameras on the market that can be used in research science applications. So how do you go about choosing the best one for you? Jerry Beeney of FLIR Research & Science discusses some important considerations in the decision process for choosing a camera including temperature, speed and distance requirements.
Jerry Beeney of FLIR Research & Science introduces the new A6200 SWIR camera with a built in InGaAs Detector for many applications including laser beam profiling, industrial, and other unique uses like imaging through paint and printed currencies.
FLIR thermal sensors can be used for the detection and classification of pedestrians in ADAS and self-driving cars, making them safer and less costly.
In this video, FLIR introduces the Portable High-Speed Data Recorder (pHSDR) and demonstrates how it can resolve some of the traditional performance limitations that arise from recording straight to a computer hard drive.
This is high-speed infrared video footage from Telops of the four engine cycles of a duel-fuel engine.
High-speed infrared imaging is found to be a new diagnostic tool for studying ICEs. This Telops webinar offers a brief overview of optical engines, infrared (IR) narrowband imaging, and the investigation of a 4-cycle diesel ICE using high-speed IR imaging.
Nothing wakes you up like a good “cup o’ Jo”! Or maybe an ice cold glass of water? Compare the difference between the two with high speed infrared imaging from the X6900sc.