Thermal imaging cameras for automation and safety

Paul Boughton
Thermal imaging cameras can be used for a wide variety of applications. Thanks to their ability to measure temperatures they are widely used for predictive maintenance and building inspections, R&D and many other applications. They are also widely used for machine vision and safety applications.

Production engineers and technicians are faced by the demand for higher production output at a constant quality and at lower cost. Thermal imaging cameras are an effective tool for Infrared Machine Vision, Closed loop Process control and Quality Assurance imaging, helping you to validate and increase product quality and throughput and thereby give your products a competitive edge and increased profitability.

Thermal imaging cameras are also great tools for safety applications. Safety applications exist in any industry where protection of lives and assets is of importance and where an early warning of a potential critical condition is of utmost importance.

Advanced thermal imaging cameras allow you to monitor what you can’t see, providing quality assurance and safety in the fastest and easiest way possible. They can be installed almost anywhere to monitor the efficiency and safety of your production process by detecting and measuring temperature differences. Thermal imaging cameras have proven to be an invaluable tool for safety monitoring and to improve production quality.

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FLIR Commercial Systems BV is based in Breda, The Netherlands.

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