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About Thermal Imaging
      A thermal imager is a camera which is capable of detecting extremely small temperature differences. These temperature differences can be converted into a
real-time video image. Displayed on a monitor, this video image is extremely suited for night vision applications. Unlike other night vision systems that require low
amounts of light to generate an image, a thermal imager needs no light at all. This makes it the perfect tool to see in absolute darkness, to see during the darkest night.

Security Applications Security Applications
       In the following application notes you can read how our customers are using FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras. FLIR Systems markets a full product range for security and surveillance applications. Private estates and businesses and well as public facilities can benefit from thermal imaging security to monitor on-site and perimeter activities.
Marine Applications Marine Applications
       In the following application notes you can read how our customers are using FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras. FLIR Systems markets a full product range for marine applications. Yachts, working boats, cruise ships and many other vessels can all benefit from the power of thermal imaging.
Automotive Applications Automotive Applications
       In the following application stories you can read how our customers are using FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras in private and commercial vehicles. Thermal imaging cameras can easily be integrated into new or existing vehicles to increase situational awareness and enhance driver vision.
Technical notes Technical notes
       Although more and more people are familiar with thermal imaging and its applications, a lot of questions still remain. How far can you see with a thermal imaging cameras What happens when there is rain or fog? Are lenses of a thermal imaging camera made of glass as well? Do they need to be cleaned? The followingtechnicalnotes try to answer some of these questions.



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