Thermal Imaging Cameras

The use of infrared technology by rescue teams is becoming more and more common. In addition to stationary thermal imaging cameras (TIC), both handheld cameras and drone-mounted cameras are in use.

Infrared cameras are in use in searches on land, at sea, and in smoke-filled buildings. For example, IR camera use could help firefighters to use less water while extinguishing the fire. IR technology is helping to locate the active location of the fire, and the result is less water used.

Cameras are also increasingly used in rescuers' training and exercises.

Using a FLIR TIC with the Ruth Lee Thermal Imaging Suit and Thermal Imaging Hood takes your team to a new level of training.

We are offering FLIR handheld cameras. Those models are in use in our region, both on land and at sea.

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