Thermal Imaging

By using Thermal Imaging, the infrared radiation of the electromagnetic spectrum is measured to produce images called thermograms. The amount of radiation emitted by on object on the earth surface varies with temperature – therefore thermal imaging makes it possible to visualize variation in temperature.

Thermal Images can be used for:

  • Heat Loss Mapping for urban planning
  • Mapping of sub surface facilities lines
  • Water pollution caused by power plant water injection
  • Archaeological Thermography of hidden structures
  • Night Vision
  • Scientific applications

Mode of Operation:

We are using a frame technology to acquire high-resolution images for further processing. This enables us to apply the same workflow process to both RGB and Thermal Imaging. If needed, we can adjust the data set for atmospheric conditions to deliver thermal images with absolute temperature values.