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  • Swedish Hospital

    Swedish Hospital

    Overseeing facility management for a large commercial building such as a hospital or an office building can be a daunting task. Thermal Imagers can help make that job easier and more efficient. Being able to scan areas and find problems before they occur can save time and money.

    With ever increasing energy costs and slimming budgets, being able to keep a facility up and operational is a great way to keep costs down. A Swedish hospital group did just that. Over the past few years they have been able to save over 4 million Euros using thermal imagers to keep their facilities in tip top shape. Click here to learn how they did it.

 

  • Italian Museum

    Italian Museum

    The wide ranging applications of thermal imaging cameras extend even into the art world, where thermographers Rosario Piergianni and Vito Basile of IR HotSpot are using FLIR infrared cameras to assess the structural integrity of historical buildings in Italy, as well as determining the potential for restoration of the great works of art some of the buildings house. Thermal imagers are a superior examination technique to traditional building inspection methods because of their non-destructive nature that is compatible with even the most fragile structures and art pieces.

    Piergianni uses features like voice annotation to take notes about the observations he and his team are making and built-in GPS that marks images’ metadata with their location, so the team can organize and remember scouted locations. These features are available on FLIR’s T-series bx cameras. To learn more, read this Application Story from Flir.

 

  • Pet diagnosis

    Pet Diagnosis

    Any changes in organic activity produce heat that can be visualized by a thermal imager. Finnish researcher and veterinarian Mari Vainionpää is using FLIR infrared cameras to find and preliminarily diagnose inflammations, bruises, tendon or muscle related injuries, superficial tumors, nerve damage, and blood circulation issues in her animal patients.

    Vainionpää points out that when compared to expensive diagnostic equipment like x-ray machines and MRI machines, a thermal imager is very cost effective; and while it cannot replace these machines it is a viable preliminary step in identifying a variety of problems in animal patients. For applications similar to Vainionpää’s, choose the FLIR T-series. To learn more, read this Application Story from Flir.