Educational White Papers
Infrared Cameras Inc has compiled together various academic and educational white papers that give an in-depth look into the world of infrared thermography. Feel free to browse this ever-growing knowledgeable collection and let us know if you have any questions.
Patent: Wireless Remote Control to Operate a Radiometric Camera Mounted to an Aerial Vehicle
Floating Roof Report With ICI Software In 1 Minute
Research: Comparison of 3 Infrared Thermal Detection Systems and Self-Report for Mass Fever Screening
Research behind infrared thermal detection systems (ITDS) increasingly being used for mass fever detection. Temperature measurements for 3 ITDS with oral temperatures and self-reported fever were compared.
Research: Infrared Thermography In The Evaluation Of Cleaning Interventions On Architectural Surfaces
Research behind infrared thermography and how it is employed in the investigation of architectural surfaces, before and after a pilot cleaning intervention.
Research: Low Stress Silicon Nitride Platform For Mid Infrared Broadband Monolithically Integrated Microphotonics
Research behind the implementation of mid-infrared (mid-IR) chip-scale microphotonic circuits being critical to advancing the science for applications such as (i) ultra-fast telecommunications that require wider bandwidth and (ii) integrated biochemical sensors which can finger-print using infrared absorption signatures.
Research: Performance And Heat Tolerance Of Water Buffaloes (Buffalypso) At Aripo Livestock Station, Trinidad – ICI ToughCam
Research undertaken to analyse the reproductive performance and thermal tolerance of the buffalypso at Aripo Livestock Station, Trinidad.
Research: Scanning Longwave Optical Test System New Ground Optical Surface Slope Test System
Research behind SLOTS (a ground surface slope test system developed on the base of SCOTS). It works in the LWIR band to make specular measurements on ground optical surfaces. This research describes the working mechanism and the radiometry model of the system.
Research: Spectroscopic Imaging Of Serum Proteins Using Quantum Cascade Lasers
Research of a simple demonstration of the first biomedical imaging using quantum-cascade lasers, we spectroscopically imaged trace amounts of human serum with high sensitivity and specificity. Using an optically multiplexed platform of three quantum cascade lasers and a microbolometer camera, we detected trace amounts of proteins in human serum as low as 3 μg∕cm2.
Research: Thermal Remote Sensing Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Remote Sensing Platform Surface Stream Temps
This research illustrates that a small UAV system can be used as a platform for thermal remote sensing. When using an appropriate thermal camera, accurate thermal images can be acquired, stitched into orthorectified mosaics, and further processed for specific application needs.
Research: Thermal Imager‐based Computer Vision for Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking
The research behind the goal to develop a pose estimation technique for uncooperative Autonomous Rendezvous and Docking (AR&D) using a single IR camera.
Research: Uncooperative Spacecraft Pose Estimation Using an Infrared Camera During Proximity Operations
This research presents the design of a pose estimation method for autonomous robotic proximity operations with an uncooperative target using a single infrared camera and a simple three-dimensional model of the target.
Research: Using Thermal Infrared Cameras To Detect Avian Chicks Various Distances Vegetative Coverages
This research shows that Thermal infrared (TIR) cameras mounted on small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) may provide a cost-effective way to remotely survey birds and their nests more effectively and with less disturbance than traditional methods.
Print: NASA Tech Briefs Feb. 2009
Print: The Heat Is On Drone Magazine Interview With IRed Using ICI Thermal Cameras
ICI Releases Multi-Sensor UAV Payloads for Industry
ICI has developed and integrated many sensors across several key regions of the electromagnetic spectrum including ultraviolet, visible, near-infrared, short-wave infrared, mid-wave infrared and long-wave infrared.
Infrared Camera Systems Can Help Stop The Spread Of Deadly Diseases Such As Ebola And SARS
Infrared cameras can be used to detect people who may have a fever, a symptom of Ebola and other viral diseases, and alert officials to pull that person aside for further screening.
The Effects Of Gain Integration Frame Rate And Optics On NETD In Microbolometer Infrared Camera Systems
In applications for Medical use, where NETD, accuracy and image quality are essential, it is ICI’s goal to build a camera with the lowest NETD possible.
UAV First Aid Responder Commercial Enterprises
New regulations could allow camera equipped drones to aid first responders and commercial enterprises alike.
Qualitative Vs Quantitative Infrared
ICI breaks down the differences between qualitative and quantitative infrared when it comes to remote aerial data acquisition capabilities.
Medical Thermal Imaging Disease Monitoring
Medical thermography serves as technological advance and provides a diagnostic medical imaging procedure that is non-invasive, objective, & relatively inexpensive.
Infrared Cameras Provide an Accurate, Low-Cost Diagnostic Tool for Veterinarians
In the hands of a trained veterinarian, infrared (also called thermal) imaging is a powerful tool for finding abnormalities such as infections, tumors, inflammation, fractures and muscle stress or injury in horses, pets and wildlife that may not otherwise be detected by more traditional methods.
Infrared Cameras Can Aid Building Inspectors in Detecting Roof Leaks, Water Damage, Mold and Other Moisture Related Problems
With the proper tools and training, inspectors and property managers can spot roof and water leaks and water damage in order to prevent such problems from escalating into costly repairs.