FLIR Advanced Thermal Solutions, a designer and provider of thermal imaging cameras, with 50 years of industry experience has released a novel guidebook named ‘7 Things to Know When Selecting an IR Camera for Research & Development’.
The scientists across the globe are conducting extensive research to find solutions to a large number of scientific questions. The phenomenon of infrared thermography has been established as a valuable instrument to resolve a broad range of analytical questions based on temperature and heat assessment.
The thermography systems are being used for a broad range of research and development applications especially since they can perform analysis in a non-invasive manner. Thermal imaging cameras are utilised in research & development, usually for real-time recording of transient changes and thermal distribution, permitting engineers to view and calculate precisely on the procedure of heat dissipation or production, discharge and other temperature determinants in the devices, procedures and products.
FLIR, an advanced solutions provider in the field of infrared technology, designs, fabricates, and supports thermal imaging systems and modules for scientific, commercial, government, industrial, and firefighting applications. The company has 40 years of experience in infrared novelty with more than 100,000 systems in global usage. FLIR has sales offices and development centres across 60 countries with advanced thermal imaging technology.