One of our customers’ was having real problems with wild boar in The Forest of Dean. “They are very destructive animals and extremely skittish – they can pick up human …
Maritime Security, Law Enforcement, Search & Rescue, the list of potential uses for Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras is extensive. Deer Management may not be the most obvious application but, due to their growing accessibility, infrared cameras are now being widely used by deer stalkers who seek an efficient way to locate and track deer.
Oil theft within Nigeria has long been a major issue. In a bit to halt the theft of crude and illegally refined oil, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation is to deploy UAVs equipped with infrared cameras. It is hoped that footage received from UAVs will make it easier to locate and prosecute offenders.
FLIR Systems have launched the second generation of their iOS & Android compatible infrared camera, the FLIR One. The next-gen FLIR One not only comes in a more compact size, but also incorporates an updated infrared sensor that vastly improves infrared picture resolution.
The driest spring in 100 years has left Washington State at the mercy of devastating wildfires. To combat these blazes, the U.S. Department of the Interior is trialling UAVs equipped with infrared cameras. Thanks to infrared, officials can now learn much more about the ‘Paradise fire’ blaze currently raging within Olympic National Park.
Turkey is a major importer of oil & gas as well as an emerging energy transit hub for Western Europe. In order to prevent their energy security being undermined by the Kurdistan Workers Party, Turkish forces are now using fixed infrared cameras and mounted patrols to monitor key pipelines.
FLIR Systems, the world’s largest designer and producer of infrared thermal imaging cameras, components and sensors, have recently released the FLIR Scout II series of infrared thermal cameras. Intended as a replacement for the ageing Scout TS-Series, the Scout II range consists of the Scout II 240 & Scout II 320 models.
As conflict, famine and poverty have led to an influx of migrants and refugees entering the European Union, member states are now employing more advanced methods to secure their borders. The use of infrared (or thermal) cameras by law enforcement officials being one such approach.
SpyPoint, by GG Telecom, have followed on from the success of their previous camera ranges by releasing new products for 2015. This goes a long way to cementing their place as one of the top manufacturers of portable trail & surveillance cameras in the world.
From today until the end of September 2015 we will be having a sale on the Guide Infrared IR510-384 infrared thermal camera! Reduced from £2,119.95 to just £1,994.05, we are now selling this camera at close to £200 cheaper than our closest UK competitor.
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