FLIR R&D SCIENCE

Industrial R&D

Industrial R&D

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Academics & Research

Academics & Research

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NDT / Materials Testing

NDT / Materials Testing

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Defense & Aerospace

Defense & Aerospace

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Industrial R&D

Industrial R&D

Numerous new products have been developed with the help of a thermal imaging camera. Product developers study the heat dissipation and thermal characteristics. Thermal imaging cameras can help to keep the thermal efficiency of your development project under constant control. It can speed up the design cycle and avoid costly product recalls.

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Academics & Research

Academics & Research

Fundamental or applied research. Thermodynamical studies and many more. Thermal imaging technology has become increasingly popular and more and more universities are using thermal imaging technology for the most demanding, complex and the most diverse applications.

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NDT / Materials Testing

NDT / Materials Testing

FLIR cameras with Lock-In, Transient, and Pulse capability possess the ability to perform advanced inspections such as Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) or stress mapping that resolves temperature differences as low as 1 mK. NDT is a widely used method to evaluate the properties of a material, component or, system without causing damage. Thermal imaging cameras can detect internal defects through target excitation and the observation of thermal differences on a target’s surface. It is a valuable tool for detecting defects and points of failure in composites, solar cells, bridges, and electronics. It is also a great tool for thermal mapping of stress when performing materials testing.

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Defense & Aerospace

Defense & Aerospace

Most people associate thermal imaging in the defense sector with “seeing the enemy”. However, thermal imaging cameras are used today for government test lab and military test range applications as well as aerospace and astronomy applications to include tracking, target signature, laser designation and scoring, munitions testing, adaptive optics, and technical surveillance and countermeasures. The information contained in thermal imagery allow researchers to characterize objects in the thermal spectrum for identification and improvements to their design.

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