Academic Researchers Add Value
with Thermal Imaging from FLIR


Academics researching everything from microelectronics to surgical techniques are gaining greater insights into their data, thanks to thermal imaging. This non-contact form of temperature measurement allows them to visualize and quantify temperature changes across entire targets and over specific periods of time.

With the help of infrared cameras such as FLIR’s A6703sc, researchers are able to track thermal phenomena, streaming high speed temperature data directly to computers with analysis software.

Go to Photonics Online to see how researchers with the University of Bern are using high-resolution infrared imagery to study minimally invasive cochlear implantation methods.


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