thermal imagery


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thermal imagery

Imagery produced by sensing and recording the thermal energy emitted or reflected from the objects which are imaged.
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Samsung Thales is a mass producer of military goods, such as thermal imagery devices.
This is because the checkerboard used in calibration cannot be visible in thermal imagery as its temperature is equal or close to the room's temperature.
An infrared camera captured time-sequence thermal imagery of the flower as her spadix, the tall core spike housing both female and male flowers, heated up to nearly human body temperature.
We had to use breathing apparatus and a hose reel as well as thermal imagery to check for any more fire.
During the process of heat flux estimation using thermal imagery, it is difficult to correctly quantify the heat flux due to the interference from the background environment.
There is a misconception that because we are called air sea rescue a lot of our work is over sea but our thermal imagery is so advanced a great deal of our work is now over land.
FLIR, a manufacturer of thermal cameras, developed the FLIR Viewer app for both Apple and Android platforms to let users control, view, record, and analyze thermal imagery and measurement data from the FLIR T-Series infrared camera systems.
Thermal imagery is a technology that projects an invisible infrared beam to "see" thermal energy or heat emitted from an object (deer) during the nighttime hours.
An outcry from water managers and governors in the western states, who rely on Landsat thermal imagery for operational water management efforts, persuaded Congress to request that NASA add the Thermal InfraRed Sensor (TIRS) to the Landsat 8 instrument suite already under construction.
In sections on foundations, image acquisition, analysis, and applications, they discuss such aspects as electromagnetic radiation, land observation satellites, thermal imagery, hyperspectral remote sensing, hydrospheric sciences, and land use and land cover.
Fused sensor solutions, such as color and thermal imagery, are used to detect and track humans.
Fire crews are still in attendance and are monitoring internal conditions with thermal imagery cameras as a precautionary measure to ensure re-ignition does not occur.

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