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Seeing the invisible: cooled vs. uncooled thermal imagers
September 04,2019

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 heat radiated by objects—invisible to the human eye—and convert it into...

Three reasons to choose components instead of modules
September 04,2019

Three reasons to choose components instead of modules

The thermal imaging market offers enormous potential in terms of new product development and diversification, garnering interest from growing numbers of industries. Manufacturers on a wide range of markets from hunting gear to construction equipment are including...

The global thermal imaging market in 2018
September 04,2019

The global thermal imaging market in 2018

Originally a military technology, thermal imaging has advanced considerably over the years, finding applications in a broad range of situations. Today, thermal imaging is used in industry, buildings, and leisure—and it has even made its way into our homes! The thermal...

thermal sensors market
September 04,2019

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 imaging technologies have been around for years, and new ones are appearing all the time....