You can identify potential threats and dangers, such as unauthorized entry of intrusion with Xenics infrared imaging cameras covering the complete wavelength. Unique from shortwave till longwave thermal imaging.
Xenics' thermal imaging cameras help to prevent the spreading of infectious diseases. Early detection of elevated body temperature, fever, is crucial to avoid this spreading. Xenics thermal infrared cameras offer a solution that is simple, reliable and stable; and the examination takes no longer than a fraction of a second.
You can easily detect people or objects with thermal imaging cameras, such as LWIR uncooled microbolometers. However SWIR InGaAs cameras are a good compliment to thermal imaging cameras. While thermal imaging can detect the presence of a warm object against a cool background, a SWIR camera can actually identify what that object is.
Search and Rescue
Saving lives with infrared imaging is proven to be an eminently viable tool. Xenics sensitive infrared camera systems detect humans in the worst weather conditions and add value by “seeing” beyond the spectral range of the human eye.
Weather you need general surveillance, detection, recognition or identification, Xenics reliable infrared imaging cameras can perfectly cover this task. Our Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) cameras will identify humans or objects whereas thermal imaging cameras can detect at very long distance.
Maintenance teams can prevent the starting of fire by detecting hot spots. Early detection of smoke or fire from a long distance can save many lives including firefighters. Highly sensitive thermal imaging cameras from Xenics provide enhanced vision through dense smoke, detect victims or allow for better understanding of the environment.
The rate of traffic accidents can substantially lower with infrared imaging even in total darkness. Driver assistance systems using Near Infrared (NIR) imaging are giving much better depiction of the scene ahead than mere visual observation. With thermal imaging cameras you can even look four times further ahead.
Pilots can navigate in the dark or land safely in bad weather conditions thanks to standard infrared imaging cameras in Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS). The extended Visual Near Infrared (VisNIR) InGaAs detectors solve a surprising problem emerging from the switch to LED technology in runway lighting which produce less IR light. In combination with thermal imaging cameras at different wavelengths, the sight of the flight crew improves considerably.