The thermal camera bottom line is accurate detection, clarity and quality of image.
Benjamin Franklin has thermal cameras. General Douglas McArthur pioneered their use. In Jay Weatherill’s hands, thermal cameras can fight a killer from a safe distance.
But, unlike their traditional surveillance siblings, thermal sensors and cameras create video images from infrared – heat waves. Day or night, in any environment, every person, object and structure emits infrared waves. And, while traditional cameras often flex their CCD chip muscles with after-incident forensics, the strength of thermals, especially at night, is more often seen at facility perimeters and often aims at real-time detection and physical response.
Thermals follow through on a time-tested strategy of detect, delay and respond, institutionalized at facilities such as nuclear power plants and elsewhere.
First applied in the early 1950s by U.S. and Republic of Korea troops against the Soviet-backed Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, military and law enforcement were user pioneers of the technology. Originally big, bulky, short range and very expensive while needing similarly expensive accessories, thermal cameras have evolved into today’s small contained packages boasting longer ranges at more affordable prices.
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