Software Automates Thermal Image Processing

FLIR Systems’ Thermal Studio thermal image analysis and reporting software is designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos. Engineered for thermographers who use the company’s thermal handheld cameras, optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras, and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) with thermal cameras, the software’s processing capabilities and automation are designed to streamline workflow and increase productivity.

 

The program allows tuning of entire batches of thermal photos or videos with a few clicks. Technicians can use it to streamline image processing, which means UAS operators who record thousands of images in a single survey will be able to edit or extract hot spot data quickly and then export it for further analysis.

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The software also offers advanced post-processing capabilities to help users gain insights quickly. High-sensitivity mode and pixel-binding for enhanced gas visualization from .SEQ and .CSQ files can help OGI technicians identify gas leaks in motion with video. With advanced measurement functions and coverage calculation, predictive maintenance professionals can generate custom reports quickly — up to 100 pages in less than a minute.

 

Thermal Studio promises to accelerate complex post-production thermal image and video processing, including multi-source plots and formula computations, multi-format export, and FLIR’s patented Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX®), which superimposes visual light details on thermal images. Supporting more than 20 languages, the program is compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10 without the need for Microsoft Office.

 

FLIR Thermal can be downloaded as a free trial today or with an upgrade to full functionality for $899. For more information, look at FLIR Thermal Studio and see the burn.  

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