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10 Thermal Imaging Tips – #1 Ranges

November 12, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Hear our Thermal Experts talk about their thermal imaging tips. Tom Gibbs, our US Sales Director, starts the series with a small tip about surveillance ranges, AKA – DRI: When your customer tells you that they need to see a target at 5 km, you first need to determine what they want to see. A […]

Hexane Detection in Oil Seed Operation

November 07, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

A new Hexane and VOC leak detection technique using OGI is gaining favor among oilseed producers worldwide. This technique uses passive infrared imaging to make normally invisible gas plumes visible to the camera operator. The EyeCGas OGI camera has a minimum detectable leak rate for Hexane of approximately 0.3 grams/hour (1 gallon/year liquid Hexane). Hexane, a highly […]

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Border Surveillance – On the Move

October 24, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Smugglers, illegal immigrants, and drug traffickers are an ongoing problem for a country’s border police force Situated on one of the outer borders of the European Union, Hungary’s boundaries have become a high traffic zone, nestled right between Eastern and Western Europe. Illegal immigration, human trafficking, and smuggling across Hungary’s Serbian and Ukrainian borders fund […]

On Drones, Thermal Cameras, and the Future of Humanity

August 27, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

When thinking about drones, one may think about ominous military UAVs as autonomous killing machines hovering above undetected, but the fact is there are more civilian drones flying the skies than military ones. Utilization of drones in construction and agriculture is developing rapidly – making drone detection more crucial than ever. The future is now. […]

Hydrogen Leak Detection with OGI

August 07, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) is a proven technology for locating hydrogen leaks in nuclear and conventional power plants. OGI can improve plant safety during routine operations and reduce revenue lost to downtime during major overhauls. A recent study by Bruce Power found that OGI cameras could be effective in reducing plant downtime that costs over […]

OGI Cameras for Environmental Regulation Enforcement

July 30, 2019 Time to read: 16mins

“In Israel, the Haifa regulatory officials needed to know whether the local gas stations’ vapor recovery units were performing correctly. If so, they would be recovering much of the vapor that would otherwise be exhausted while refueling. If not, petrol stations faced losses from both lost product, and regulatory fines for pollution.” After two weeks […]

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