All objects with a temperature above zero emit infrared radiation. Thermography reveals what's hidden from our site by making the variations in temperature visible. Once reserved for military or industrial applications, the use of thermal imaging is dramatically increasing and is now being used for personal safety, home repairs, outdoor adventures, and even artistic expression by consumers as well as in commercial and industrial applications. Firefighters use thermography to see through smoke, to find persons, and to localize the base of a fire; maintenance and building technicians use thermography to locate overheating pipes, sections of power lines, faulty thermal insulation, as well as providing information which may result in improving the efficiency of heating and air-conditioning units; municipalities can utilize it for surveillance, security, and inspections.
Combine our thermal imaging camera and drone capabilities for a view unlike any other. Use our images and video to see spaces and places in ways you've never seen before.