Hikvision Thermal Camera Technology Can Help Businesses Reduce Costs and Mitigate Risks
Thermal Imaging Offers Several Key Features Including Advanced Detection Ability, Temperature Measurement, and Excellent Adaptation to Harsh Environmental Conditions
Hikvision thermal camera technology can help businesses reduce costs and mitigate risks. Thermal imaging offers several key features that help deliver benefits to business owners, including advanced detection ability, temperature measurement, and excellent adaptation to harsh environmental conditions.
How Do Thermal Cameras Work?
Our eyes work by seeing contrast between objects that are illuminated by either the sun or another form of light. Thermal security cameras work by “seeing” heat energy from objects. All objects—living or not—have heat energy that infrared cameras use to detect an image. This is why a thermal imaging camera can operate at all times, even in complete darkness.
Our thermal imaging technology hosts innovative features such as bi-spectrum image fusion to combine both thermal and optical images together, creating more detail for precise detection and decision-making. Other key features include:
- Increased Security and Decreased Costs with Advanced Detection: Hikvision advanced thermal detection makes it easier to see objects by providing thermal imaging beyond visible light, which enhances security without the need to install costly lighting fixtures. It is highly effective for perimeter defense for spotting intruders in adverse weather conditions such as fog, smog, rain and snow.
- Mitigate Risk through Temperature Measurement: The ability to monitor the temperatures of specific objects such as boilers, dryers, mechanical and electrical rooms reduces the risk of a catastrophic event happening in your business. Thermal temperature measurement does this by providing early detection of a rapid increase or decrease in temperature. If a temperature exceeds or falls below a set limit, Hikvision thermal cameras can trigger an alarm. This can support early warnings for fires, equipment over-heating or freezing, and other hazards that could result in costly damages.
- Protecting Mechanical, Electrical and IT Rooms from Potential Damage: First responders can see hidden criminals or victims during a fire because thermal imaging provides more visibility in these conditions than traditional cameras. Thermal cameras can help to protect mechanical, electrical and IT rooms from drastic temperature changes, which mitigates the risk of costly smoke or fire damage. It also improves energy efficiency by detecting insulation deficiencies. This makes thermal cameras a solid addition to building a more effective, 24/7 surveillance system.
Learn more about Hikvision thermal solutions by downloading your copy of our thermal technology brief.