Welcome to ICI.
We are IR.

We know thermography. We are innovators. Trusted and tested since 1995, we develop unprecedented technology to provide the very best thermal cameras and infrared systems.

Our mission is to develop and manufacture the most sensitive, accurate, and competitively priced infrared cameras in the world.

Our products revolutionize work across a vast number of settings and professions. We develop top of the line solutions for the following industries and more:

  • Aerial
  • Medical 
  • Industrial 
  • Electrical
  • Agricultural 
  • Process Control
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Superior accuracy

Top quality internal sensors, software, and optics give our cameras unbeatable accuracy.
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A legacy of proven excellence

We've been at the forefront of infrared innovation since our founding in 1995.
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Assembled in the USA

Our cameras are assembled and calibrated by hand right here in Beaumont, Texas.
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Excellent customer service

Whether it's a setup question, calibration, or free software upgrades, we've got you covered.
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Your #1 infrared resource

We're here for you every step of the way with reliable training and educational resources.
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Reopen with speed & safety

Our temperature screening technology empowers you to get back to business quickly.

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ICI Headquarters
2105 W Cardinal Drive,
Beaumont, TX 77705
409.861.0788
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We’ve been here for you since 1995.

1995

Founded by US veteran as Texas Infrared

2009

ICI’s 7320 P-Series camera included in NASA Tech Briefs

2014

Launched 9320 Series cameras

2016

Launched 8000 Series cameras

2017

Launched FMX Series cameras

2019

Founded sister company Infrared Inspections LLC

2020

Acquired Digatherm

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News Release: HDOT Selects Passenger Screening Technology Provider for Hawaii’s Airports

HONOLULU – The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) has selected NEC Corporation, NEC Corporation of America and their partner, Infrared Cameras Inc., to provide thermal temperature screening and facial imaging technology at Hawaii’s public airports to help protect the community and identify passengers with a potentially elevated body temperature. The companies combined resources to submit a unified proposal for the project. “Taking these steps to implement the technology at our airports shows our commitment to providing preventative measures against COVID-19 for the community,” said Gov. David Ige. “We recognize that temperature screening won’t catch every infected passenger, but it is an available tool that can be implemented and combined with the additional measures the State is providing to help prevent the spread of this virus, while helping rebuild the economy.” The full press release on Hdot Selects Passenger Screening Technology Provider for Hawaii’s Airports can be found here.
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June 19, 2020
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News Release: Infrared Temperature Screenings to Expand Into Live Sports

Beaumont, Texas – As states begin to reopen, teams all around the United States will likely begin recalling players. Infrared technology can play a crucial role in getting the sports industry back to work safely, according to Texas-based Infrared Cameras Inc. In shaping the new experience of sporting events post-COVID-19, temperature screening can lead to a safer environment, according to leaders at Infrared Cameras Inc. Implementing this measure ensures spectator and player safety by preventing individuals with elevated body temperatures from entering stadiums and venues. Infrared technology is attractive for sporting events because of its powerful capability to quickly and accurately determine surface temperature. Thermographic imaging allows for screening at a safe distance, in a matter of seconds, which will be critical as fans pour into arenas and stadiums. The full press release on Infrared Temperature Screenings to Expand Into Live Sports can be found here.
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June 19, 2020
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How Do Infrared Cameras Work?

Infrared cameras are changing how we see the world. From temperature screenings in workplaces to home inspections in real estate, countless professionals are now capitalizing on the benefit of IR imaging. But why? Infrared technology brings hidden treasures and lurking threats safely into an observable view.
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June 19, 2020

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