Berichte unserer Anwender - Bauteile und Detektoren

 
FLIR veröffentlicht regelmässig Anwenderberichte, die darüber informieren wie Kunden FLIR Kameras und Wärmebildsysteme in der Praxis nutzen.
 
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Wärmebildtechnik eine Technologie erobert die Welt

Wir leben in einer Zeit, in der neue Technologien schneller als je zuvor auf den Markt kommen. Ein technologischer Durchbruch führt oft schnell zu einem anderen. Eine neue Technologie wird häufig vorgestellt, noch bevor man sich mit deren Vorläufer vertraut machen konnte. Neue Produkte auf der Grundlage dieser neuen Technologien werden ständig auf den Markt gebracht.

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Niederländische Polizei nutzt FLIR Wärmebildkameras für die Verbrechersuche

In der Vergangenheit haben Kriminelle stets den Schutz der Dunkelheit genutzt, um Verbrechen wie beispielsweise Einbrüche unbehelligt zu begehen. Auch heute noch ereignen sich die meisten Diebstähle nachts. Um Verdächtigen auf die Spur zu kommen, setzt die holländische Polizei des Bezirks Zaanstreek-Waterland auf ein neues Hilfsmittel: Wärmebildkameras von FLIR Systems.

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Der Autobauer BMW integriert Wärmebildkameras in seine Fahrzeuge

Die Bayerischen Motorenwerke, weltweit bekannt unter der Abkürzung BMW, sind eine der renommiertesten Automarken auf der Welt. Ihre Autos vereinen auf sich Luxus, Qualität, Sicherheit und Umweltfreundlichkeit und sind alle mit neuester Technologie ausgestattet.

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Rosenbauer baut Wärmebildkameras von FLIR in hochmoderne Feuerwehrfahrzeuge ein

Feuerwehrleute auf der ganzen Welt haben die Chancen erkannt, die Wärmebildsysteme für ihre Löschzüge eröffnen. Ob es darum geht, im Dunkeln oder durch Rauch hindurch zu sehen, Wärmebildkameras können zu einem unverzichtbaren Werkzeug für Feuerwehrleute werden. Als weltweit führender Feuerwehrfahrzeughersteller hat sich Rosenbauer dafür entschieden, Wärmebildkameras der Firma FLIR in die neue Generation hochmoderner Löschfahrzeuge zu integrieren.

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TEAX gets the most out of thermal video from FLIR’s Tau2 thermal imaging camera core.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) have found their way into a wide array of applications, including law enforcement, firefighting, security work, surveillance monitoring and aerial thermography. And although the popularity of this technology is still increasing, obtaining high-quality video images from a UAV can sometimes be problematic due to bad video transmission. For German embedded systems specialist TeAx Technology however, this does not need to be a problem. Thanks to their ThermalCapture hardware and FLIR’s Tau2 thermal core, thermal video can simply be stored onboard the UAV and viewed and post-processed afterwards.


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FLIR Tau® core for Baykar UAV helps enhance situational awareness

Manufacturers of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) are continuously on the lookout for smaller, lighter and higher performance components that allow their technology to meet the increasingly higher demands of their customers. The same is true for Turkish UAV manufacturer Baykar who has been using FLIR camera cores for many years to provide their customers with clear vision and enhanced situational awareness day and night. Today, UAV technology from Baykar has already been chosen by many international customers, including the Turkish police, and the Turkish and Qatar armed forces.


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Sky-Watch Integrates FLIR Quark™ 640 into Small UAV

Sky-Watch designs and manufactures quad-rotor UAVs for military, law enforcement, security, firefighting, and search and rescue applications. Based in Denmark, Sky-Watch has integrated a FLIR Quark™ 640 longwave infrared thermal sensor into their Huginn X1 drone to give customers a thermal vision option. Originally, the X1 was designed to manage a single payload. But due to Quark’s compact size, Sky-Watch has been able to design a dual-payload version that is capable of simultaneously operating a Quark thermal camera core and a visible spectrum camera. Necessity, Mother of Invention.


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FLIR Tau core helps to identify ­anomalies in solar plants

Tau is a compact, lightweight thermal imaging core. It is the perfect component to mount underneath Unmanned Arial Vehicles (UAV’s), also called drones. Just one application is the inspection of photovoltaic (PV) cells in solar plants. According to Antonio D’Argenio from Panoptes srl “There really is no alternative on the market that compares with Tau. If you look at imaging performance, size, weight and energy consumption Tau is the perfect tool to mount underneath a UAV.”


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Emerging applications for miniature thermal imaging cameras

The use of thermal imaging technology and the public's awareness of its capabilities has increased dramatically in the last decade. Thermal imaging used to be a very expensive technology for military users only. Today, more and more people are discovering the technology and the benefits it has to offer. Thermal imaging cameras produce a clear image in the darkest of nights, in light fog and smoke and in the most diverse weather conditions.

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Aptomar's SECurus detects oils spills, saves lives and protects ships

Manufacturers of a wide variety of products who want to incorporate FLIR Systems' powerful thermal imaging technology in their own products use FLIR thermal imaging cores. These powerful subsystems provide similar features and functions of FLIR Systems' products, but with the advantage that they can be easily integrated into any possible system.

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FLIR Tau core the thermal eye in the sky

At the term Unmanned Aerial Vehicle – or UAV in short – most people will immediately think of the military version, but UAV's are not only used for warfare. The German UAV manufacturer Coptersale.de provides UAV's for commercial use with the Tau thermal imaging camera from FLIR.

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FLIR infrared camera on voyage of discovery to create pure crystals

A thermographic camera from FLIR Systems was a key component in experiments to create pure crystals in space. Although the process of crystallisation under zero gravity conditions did not result in the level of crystal purity scientists had hoped for, the FLIR camera system demonstrated why many similar experiments in space were unsuccessful, ultimately saving the considerable costs of pursuing this particular line of research.

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Avoiding accidents with mining vehicles

South Africa is a world renowned leader in the mining industry. Not only is it famous for its mineral resources, which account for a significant proportion of world production, but the country's wealth has been built as a direct result of it's vast mineral resources. Approximately 90% of the planets platinum resources, 80% of it's manganese, 73% of it's chrome, 45% of it's vanadium and 41% of it's gold resources are produced in South Africa. The only exceptions to SA's bounty are crude oil and bauxite.

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Thermal imaging, A technology ready to further conquer the world

We are living in a day and age where new technologies are brought to market faster than ever before. One technological breakthrough is often quickly leading to another. A new technology is often introduced even before people can familiarize themselves with the previous one. New products, based on these new technologies, are being launched continuously.

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Emerging applications for miniature thermal imaging cameras

The use of thermal imaging technology and the public's awareness of its capabilities has increased dramatically in the last decade. Thermal imaging used to be a very expensive technology for military users only. Today, more and more people are discovering the technology and the benefits it has to offer. Thermal imaging cameras produce a clear image in the darkest of nights, in light fog and smoke and in the most diverse weather conditions.

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FLIR thermal imaging cameras for 24/7 traffic monitoring and roadway surveillance

As the amount of cars on our roads is perpetually increasing, the demand for accurate traffic monitoring and roadway surveillance systems is rising correspondingly. Such systems need to operate 24/7, without pause. CCTV cameras are often used for this purpose, but these cameras have severe limitations when it comes to nighttime operation. They are also subject to many limiting factors during the day.

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Aftermarket installation of a PathFindIR® in a Porsche Cayenne

Founded in 1997, Kit Personalización Sport, S.L, better known as KP Sport, is an integrator of aftermarket systems in existing cars. GPS systems, the most sophisticated audio systems, multimedia andmany other technologies, KP Sport can seamlessly integrate it in any car.

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Thermal imaging makes night-time driving safer for motorcyclists

In recent years, thermal imaging cameras like the FLIR Systems PathFindIR are also being integrated in cars for driver vision enhancement. But what about motorcycles? Can the same technology be used to make driving at night safer for bickers as well? This article describes how a FLIR Systems thermal imaging camera was seamlessly installed on a BMW R1150 GS.

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FLIR Systems PathFindIR® improves safety and process control.

The FLIR Systems PathFindIR is being widely used for driver vision enhancement. But the
PathFindIR does not only produce a crisp image in the darkest of nights. It can also see through fog and smoke. Being a thermal imaging camera it also clearly distincts hot and cold areas. Exactly these qualities make the PathFindIR a great tool for Orgaworld.

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See without being seen

See without being seen. This is often a major requirement for drivers of all types of military vehicles during a mission. Also accidents with vehicles of friendly forces need to be avoided at all times. Not an easy task when all vehicles are driving without lights.

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Extra protection for armored cars when driving at night.

Today, Stoof International is located in Borkheide on the outskirts of the German capital, Berlin. Led by Mr. Fred Stoof, Managing Director, Stoof International is a worldwide-recognized leader in armored-vehicle production.

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Trucks and buses can avoid deadly accidents

Road traffic has increased tremendously the last couple of years. More and more passenger cars are overwhelming our roads but also more trucks and buses are used. Large trucks play a critical role in many economies and their numbers are likely to increase even more in the coming years. Bus travel, both for short and long distances, is also increasing drastically.

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