process control
Thermal imaging measuring temperatures and/ or determining the shape of certain products on a production line. The data is used to control and improve the process so that the temperatures or shapes are according to specification.

Automated inspections

  • For industry applications, thermal data are critical. Machine vision can see a production problem, but cannot detect thermal irregularities.non-contact precision temperature measurement  with Thermal imaging provides much more information. It adds a new dimension to machine vision The Thermal Imaging is the solution for applications involving non-contact precision temperature measurement and non-destructive testing.

Fire detection

  • Thermal imaging can  detect hot spots before a fire occurs.

  • Many types are exothermic without exposure to an external stimulus. Thermal imaging cameras can identify The internal temperature of material  who increase to the point where they begin to burn spontaneously. The resulting fire and intense heat can cause nearby material to ignite. Ultimately an entire warehouse or storage area can be destroyed.

Predicted maintenance

  • Improving the existing technological gap in monitoring the production and maintenance processes by adopting the methodology of industry Internet of things and improving the ability to process information in real time.

  • Accurate and efficient monitoring of equipment and production processes.

  • Transferring information and analysis of processes and equipment continuously through a stand-alone, cloud-based system