Thermal imaging assists sports and exercise science research

FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras measure skin temperature at rest, during exercise, and recovery

Thermal imaging for biomedical research

Tissue autofluorescence spectroscopy is a technique that measures the intrinsic light emissions from biological agents upon excitation by a light source

Unlocking the secrets of hummingbird energy usage

Understanding the physiological mechanisms may open the door to broader, human medical applications

Thermal imaging video tutorials

FLIR ResearchIR 4.2 software provides a comprehensive set of acquisition, diagnostic and data sharing tools

Versatile thermal imaging camera for demanding R&D applications

The FLIR SC660 thermal imaging camera is designed to deliver a combination of infrared and visible spectral images of superior quality and temperature measurement accuracy.

Optimized gas leak detection

The FLIR Systems range of GF-Series Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras are proven to provide reliable, top performance leak detection across a growing range of applications.

FLIR thermal imaging helps safeguard wind power generation

A new applications report from FLIR Systems details how the Korea Institute of Standards & Science (KRISS) is helping lead international effort, using FLIR thermal imaging cameras, to develop standards for non-destructive testing of metallic and composite materials used in wind power generators.

FLIR launch cooled thermal imaging cameras for industrial R&D

FLIR Systems has announced the release of a new range of thermal imaging cameras optimised for industrial R&D applications including tyre / brake testing, on and through glass measurements, welding / soldering processes and fast moving process control applications.

Portable thermal imaging kits for academic & industrial labs

FLIR Systems has expanded its range of highly affordable, entry level R&D grade thermal imaging kits for academic teaching and industrial research labs.

Thermal imaging helps improve pressure shock testing

A new applications report from FLIR Systems details how the Safe Oxygen Working Group at the Federal Institute for Materials Research & Testing are using a FLIR SC-Series thermal imaging camera to test the reaction of different materials and component designs to oxygen at varying pressures and temperatures.





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