Common question about thermal cameras is “When thermal camera will be a good option?”. In this artickle we will show how you can benefit from thermal security surveillance systems.

  • Thermal Camera is a great tool for detecting people and objects in 24/7 surveillance, from pitch dark areas to a sunlit parking lot. A thermal camera is less sensitive to problems associated with lighting conditions, such as shadows, backlight, darkness and even camouflaged objects.
  • Thermal cameras are sensitive to weather conditions. This is true – the image quality of a thermal camera is strongly dependent on weather conditions such as rain, fog and air pollution, but that does not mean that the visible light camera provides better detection performance in such situations.
  • Thermal cameras are outstanding at detection, but they also perform really well for recognition.
  • Thermal cameras also add thermal information to the image. They make it possible to monitor processes and to detect abnormal behavior when temperatures change. For example thermal cameras can be used to find heat leaks in buildings, or to see if a car has been driven recently.

 

 

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