Thermal imaging technology - ideal for day & night
The great advantage of thermal imaging cameras is that you can use the technology both day and night without damaging the device. Your thermal imaging camera also delivers images in fog, here, for example, the use of a night vision device is impossible due to the weather. But it is also important here that you use your device appropriately. So you should not look at the sun with it or even in open fireplaces.
In thermal imaging, there are devices specifically for detecting heat sources, these are used by the fire brigade, as well as by architects and craftsmen. Then there are thermal imaging devices that are ideal for searching people, in particular these devices are used by the police, special forces, the military and also by rescue services. In the civilian sector, thermal imaging devices are also used by hunters, nature observers, security services and civilians. For hunters, the aspect of game observation and tracking is at the forefront. Security services like to use the monitoring option for large objects. Because in contrast to night vision technology, a person stands out clearly from the environment. With a thermal imaging camera, for example, you can also see a person hiding in the undergrowth with their arms crossed and their head between their legs - with a night vision device it would hardly be possible to distinguish this person from their surroundings.
These advantages of thermal imaging cameras are of course accepted by institutions such as the police and rescue services when searching for people. The use of thermal imaging technology also brings great advantages in the purely civilian area. This allows you to check the surroundings on a camping holiday so that you can quickly spot unwanted figures. You can also monitor large paddocks without having to walk the grounds.
The ever-improving image resolutions now deliver high contrast values, which also enable better and better detailed views. The possibility of image transmission via WiFi to your mobile device and simultaneous recording enable fatigue-free use of the technology and, if necessary, repeated assessment. However, please note the legal regulations in your country.