Warm water creeps into Central Pacific

Otherwise-calm | by By Carol Rasmussen, NASA’s Earth Science News Team Online — After a mild La Niña late last year, temperatures, convection and rainfall rates in the equatorial Pacific Ocean returned to normal by early April of this year.

Free Thermal Imaging Dataset for Machine Learning ADAS

FLIR’s Dataset Enables Accelerated Testing of Thermal Sensors on Self-Driving Systems WILSONVILLE, OE, USA – FLIR Systems, Inc. has announced the availability of a free machine learning thermal dataset for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and self-driving vehicle researchers, developers,

Hyperspectral imaging on underwater robots

AIMS Technology Transformation and the Blue ROV2 Online  —  Researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science have broken new ground while testing aerial and underwater robots at sea. Such new developments could allow greater monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef.

Maggots & infrared cameras help solve murders

Police can detect decomposing remains at a kilometre Online — In an article “How maggots and infrared cameras are solving murders”, by Tanya Farber in TimesLIVE from South Africa, a thermal infrared image taken by Mike Lee / Western Australia

Have you booked your place at InfraMation 2018 yet?

September 11-14 | Hilton Austin, Texas Online  —  Whether you work in electrical, commercial building, optical gas imaging, HVAC, residential home inspection, or just want to learn more about thermal imaging – this is the event of the year you can’t

The 30th Annual I R/INFO Conference

Call for Papers Online  —  Infraspection Institute are pleased to announce that our 30th annual Advanced Training Conference, Technical Symposium and Technology Expo, IR/INFO, will be held January 20 – 23, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Now in its 30th

Single-Lens Macro Thermal Inspection of PCBAs

FLIR T500 Series thermal camera Meer, Belgium  —  FLIR Systems announces that its T500 Series thermal camera with new Macro Mode facility provides a unique solution for electronics inspection applications such as finding hot spots on printed circuit board assemblies

Detecting remnant minefields with low-cost commercial drone + infrared camera

Drones could be used in post-conflict regions BINGHAMTON, NY, USA  – Researchers at Binghamton University have developed a method that allows highly accurate detection of “butterfly” landmines from low-cost commercial drones. Assistant Professor of Energy Geophysics Alex Nikulin and Director

Stealth sheets hide hot objects from Infrared Imagers

Broadband and Ultrathin Infrared Stealth Sheets Online — Infrared cameras are the heat-sensing eyes that help drones find their targets, even in the dead of night or through heavy fog. Hiding from such detectors could become much easier, thanks to

Webinar: Telops’ Infrared Cameras Calibration

28 Jun 2018 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT Online  —  Want to learn more about Infrared Cameras Calibration? Join Telops for their free 30-minute webinar! Alexandrine Huot, their Field Application Scientist, will show you how the Telops’ Calibration is