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ITC Category 1 Thermography Qualification

Teledyne FLIR preparation course for a qualification as a category 1 certified thermographer explains the basics of infrared, how to operate an infrared camera under different conditions and for various purposes, how to appropriately judge a measurement situation in the field and how to identify potential error sources to enable …

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AVT Reliability partnership with Teledyne FLIR will enhance thermal imaging offer

AVT Reliability has announced a partnership with world-leading thermal imaging camera manufacturer Teledyne FLIR. The partnership with the Oregon, USA, headquartered company, will enable AVT Reliability to offer industrial clients state-of-the-art cameras and software for the condition monitoring of assets, further enhancing its UK and Ireland thermal imaging offer. Lee …

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FLIR machine vision cameras capture high-definition footage of NASA’s Perseverance Rover landing on Mars

On February 18th, NASA successfully landed the Perseverance Rover on Mars. This isn’t the first Mars mission, but it was the first time that the entry, descent, and landing of a spacecraft was filmed and broadcasted live for the public to watch and virtually participate in. Six FLIR machine vision …

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Six things to look for in an acoustic imaging camera

Compressed air leaks, vacuum system leaks, electrical partial discharge—these are all expensive system issues that consume power, causing companies to deal with unforeseen costs and potential production/uptime issues. Ultrasound imaging with an acoustic camera is an effective way to detect these equipment issues as part of a complete asset management …

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Teledyne to acquire FLIR Systems

Teledyne is set to acquire FLIR in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $8.0 billion. “At the core of both our companies is proprietary sensor technologies.  Our business models are also similar: we each provide sensors, cameras and sensor systems to our customers.  However, our technologies and products …

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How thermal cameras safeguard remote substation perimeters

Security personnel must be able to quickly detect unauthorised vehicles and individuals at critical infrastructure sites. Without intrusion detection, entities like electrical substations can be subject to physical attacks. 88 percent of substations experience at least one break-in every year and 10 percent see more than 20 intrusions in the …

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Developing a deep learning face mask detection prototype in two days

Face masks are a critical tool for fighting the spread of COVID-19, and are proven to be most effective when face coverings are worn universally. As stores and businesses reopen, ensuring all occupants wear a face mask is essential. However, the additional resources required to monitor patrons can further strain …

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Thermal imaging to screen for elevated skin temperature

A thermal imaging camera can be an effective screening device for detecting individuals with an elevated skin temperature. This type of monitoring can provide useful information when used as a screening tool in high-traffic areas to help identify people with an elevated temperature compared to the general population. That individual …

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FLIR Systems launches FLIR Screen-EST Software to improve skin temperature screening for COVID-19

FLIR Systems today announced the FLIR Screen-EST software for FLIR T-Series, Exx-Series, and A-Series thermal imaging cameras. The software provides automatic measurement tools that perform elevated skin temperature screenings of individuals in two seconds or less at entries, checkpoints, and other high-traffic areas while maintaining recommended social distancing guidelines. “Governments and businesses …

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