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Caracol has introduced thermal monitoring and Infrared (IR) cameras on our #LFAM technology, to deliver zero-defect production and the best properties on final printed parts.

Infrared Cameras for Large Format Additive Manufacturing

Engineers at the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) have developed and tested a new measurement technique that allows them to 'look through the keyhole', so to speak, into the combustion chamber.

New measurement technique makes hydrogen combustion with ammonia visible

Deep learning has developed rapidly over the past ten years with the introduction of open-source neural networks and the availability of large, annotated datasets both made possible by the efforts of academics and large technology platforms.

Overcoming the Challenges of Bringing AI to the Edge

Sailors may not need to look out for bicyclists or pedestrians while on the open ocean, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of collision risks for boats to encounter.

Automatic Collision Avoidance System, "OSCAR," Brings Peace of Mind to Sailors

Power plants, enterprise data centers and airports are all critical infrastructure sites that demand a heightened level of protection.

What Are the Optimal Applications for the Elara-DX Series?

Vision is the cornerstone of every border surveillance platform. Pushing the boundaries of what we can see—from high ground and binoculars to electro-optics and infrared sensors—is the determining factor of a system’s efficacy.

Resolving Border Security Threats with Integrated Solutions

Bush fires have become a common phenomenon during Australia’s summer season. Usually, these fires destroy many acres of valuable land and they have a devastating impact on wildlife. Firefighters often risk their lives to stop fires from spreading.

TELEDYNE FLIR supports frontline responders in fighting Australian bush fires

Surveillance cameras capture images that help security personnel track intruders as well as verify incidents and classify incidents. Getting effective image quality begins with choosing the right sensor or camera.

Visible vs. Thermal Security Cameras - Which One Do You Need?

When it comes to building an end-to-end solution, it’s important for security customers to prioritize threat recognition sensors such as thermal cameras and radar for the critical task of detecting intruders.

What Happens After an Intruder is Detected?

Researchers at EPFL, China, Spain and the Netherlands have built a micro-device that uses vibrating molecules to transform invisible mid-infrared light into visible light. The breakthrough ushers in a new class of compact sensors for thermal imaging and chemical or biological analysis.

Molecular device turns infrared into visible light

Researchers in Germany have developed a camera system for the 3D detection of objects

High Speed Thermography Combines Dynamic Spatial 3D and Thermal Data

As wildfires devastate multiple regions along the West Coast, Teledyne FLIR thermal imaging is being used to give firefighters an advantage when battling a blaze.

Teledyne FLIR Thermal Security Cameras Help Firefighters Monitor Wildfires in California

Thermal imaging cameras with a cooled detector offer some advantages over thermal imaging cameras with an uncooled detector.

Cooled or Uncooled?

Intelligent transportation systems (ITSs) improve transportation safety and mobility, enhance productivity, enforce laws, and ultimately help generate revenue. However, failure to consider harsh environments and specific application needs when choosing cameras for an ITS will impede system success.

Seven Ways to Ensure Success When Choosing Cameras for Intelligent Transportation Systems

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