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Super Resolution Thermal Imaging Technique

FLIR Systems has published a technical note describing how its unique UltraMax technology combines the information from multiple original thermal images into an image with higher resolution and less noise.

FLIR Systems has published a technical note describing how its unique UltraMax technology combines the information from multiple original thermal images into an image with higher resolution and less noise. UltraMax images produced on FLIR thermal cameras are consequently clearer and larger, enabling better thermal analysis of even small details. Because the technique generates an increased number of pixels covering the same target area, UltraMax also decreases measurement spot size. As a result you can achieve greater measurement accuracy particularly on small details.

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    Fast & Reliable Tool for Testing Solar Panels

    News | 21 Nov 2017

    FLIR Systems has published a technical note that discusses the advantages that thermal cameras offer for solar panel evaluation.

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    FLIR Introduces New Handheld Radioisotope Detector and Identifier

    News | 24 Oct 2017

    FLIR Systems has announced the FLIR identiFINDER® R440, the latest addition to its identiFINDER R-Series handheld radiation detection product line. The FLIR identiFINDER R440 provides users one hand operability, rapid detection, and highly accurate identification during survey missions and secondary screening operations.

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    Super Resolution Thermal Imaging Technique

    News | 20 Oct 2017

    FLIR Systems has published a technical note describing how its unique UltraMax technology combines the information from multiple original thermal images into an image with higher resolution and less noise.

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    Exchangeable Lens OGI Cameras Enhance Leak Detection

    News | 18 Oct 2017

    FLIR Systemshas announced that its GF-series Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras are now available with interchangeable 24-degree, 14.5-degree and 6-degree lenses. This new flexibility has been introduced to maximise the gas leak finding capabilities of these popular cameras.

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    Fast & Intrinsically Safe Storage Tank Monitoring

    News | 18 Oct 2017

    FLIR Systemshas published an application note that describes how a Belgian storage tank inspection company are using the FLIR GFx320 optical gas imaging camera to monitor for fugitive emissions in hazardous locations.

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