AXIS Q1931-E

Thermal imaging

24-hour detection with thermal cameras

For thermal cameras and their field of application, a common question is “When is a thermal camera a good option?” The most common answer to that question is: “when we need to see in the dark”, but is that the only case, or might it be that a thermal camera can be one of the best possible surveillance solutions in any conditions? The goal of this article is to answer these questions, and to provide a better understanding of thermal imaging technology and when to use it.

We have summarized this journey in six steps.

  1. All-day surveillance
  2. All weather conditions and fewer false alarms
  3. Detection, Recognition and Identification
  4. Thermal data
  5. Latest addition to AXIS Q19 Thermal Camera Series
  6. When is a thermal camera the only correct option?
All-day surveillance