Thermal imaging cameras detect radiation in the range of the electromagnetic spectrum and produce images of this radiation called thermographs. The amount of radiation emitted by an object is proportional to its temperature, so that thermography allows you to see the temperature variations in the scene independently of the illumination of the area. It helps to determine the decomposition of the temperature and allows the detection of overheated areas which represent deteriorated components, energy losses, and leaks not visible with the traditional camera. It is also a very useful tool for finding faults in trees, pipes, metal or plastic parts and for detecting objects in dark areas.
BARQ SECURITY SYSTEM provide thermography services coupled to a visual camera to have a visual support reminiscent of thermal imaging as well as detect visual anomalies. This system has proven to be an incomparable alternative since it is able to measure and observe large areas, inaccessible or dangerous areas, a higher level of security and affordable costs.