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Seeing the invisible: cooled vs. uncooled thermal imagers
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Seeing the invisible: cooled vs. uncooled thermal imagers

Thermal imaging can be used to detect defects, deliver assistance, make forecasts, and solve problems in a variety of industrial, business, and military scenarios. Thermal imaging sensors “see” the he...

Three reasons to choose components instead of modules
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Three reasons to choose components instead of modules

The thermal imaging market offers enormous potential in terms of new product developm...

Components vs. modules: advantages and disadvantages
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Components vs. modules: advantages and disadvantages

Small and mid-sized manufacturing companies face specific challenges when it comes to...

Improve your products by integrating thermal imaging
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Improve your products by integrating thermal imaging

Infrared technology is becoming increasingly widespread in both consumer and industrial applications. It is now a high-added-value technology that is penetrating new markets that g...

Thermal vision technology a major benefit to the hunting market
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Thermal vision technology a major benefit to the hunting market

The hunting market is growing both in Europe—with high potential in Russia, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia, for example—and in the United States. Thermal imaging’s capacity to en...

The global thermal imaging market in 2018
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The global thermal imaging market in 2018

Originally a military technology, thermal imaging has advanced considerably over the years, finding applica-tions in a broad range of situations. Today, thermal imaging is used in ...

Thermal sensors: a market with many applications
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Thermal sensors: a market with many applications

Thermal imaging, originally developed for military applications, is now making its way into a growing number of civil applications. Products and solutions that integrate thermal im...

Thermal imaging: a technology driving the innovations we will use every day
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Thermal imaging: a technology driving the innovations we will use every day

Thermal imaging has long been reserved for highly-technical applications in areas like defense, security, and industry. Today, the use of thermal imaging is becoming more common fo...

Five kinds of connected devices that use thermal vision and infrared technology
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Five kinds of connected devices that use thermal vision and infrared technology

Connected devices are becoming increasingly common, both for everyday consumer usage and for industrial and commercial applications, where they are carving out a surprisingly impor...

Visible vs. thermal detection: advantages and disadvantages
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Visible vs. thermal detection: advantages and disadvantages

Surveillance and security are major issues for industrial companies. Selecting the best technology and equipment is becoming increasingly strategic. Today’s surveillance camera man...