Southeast Texas is taking center stage in the fight against the coronavirus as a Beaumont company’s infrared cameras are now in high-demand.
Infrared Cameras Incorporated, which has been in around since 1995, makes the cameras which have varied uses including electrical thermography, process control as well as medical uses.
Recently sales for cameras for medical use have spiked in response to the coronavirus according to CEO Gary Strahan.
The sensitive scientific cameras can measure the surface temperatures of people and the readings can help doctors determine how to treat patients according to Strahan.
“We’re building these cameras as fast as we can. We have millions of purchase orders right now in little Beaumont, Texas. We’re building cameras to put them out around the world to stop the spread of this infectious disease,” Strahan said.
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