Wildfire Hot Spots with Thermal Imaging Drone

Wildfire Hot Spots with Thermal Imaging Drone

Drones equipped with thermal infrared cameras can see hot spots in the forest that are primed for ignition, as well as areas that may have escaped containment. In some cases, roots may smolder for several days beneath the ground surface. If hot spot locations are provided to the fire crew in a timely fashion, they can cool or extinguish them to prevent further spreading. It is also critical to “clear” the area before civilians are allowed to return into an evacuation zone. Drones excel at mapping and data collection, which frees up larger wildfire aviation assets to deploy crews, move equipment, and drop flame retardants and water onto the wildfire.    Read More...
JT VonLunen - Oct 17, 2017
Zenmuse Z30 Zoom Examples

Zenmuse Z30 Zoom Examples

  Variety of examples showing the zoom capabilities of the z30 camera.
JT VonLunen - May 16, 2017
Powerline and Cell Tower Inspection with Zenmuse Z30

Powerline and Cell Tower Inspection with Zenmuse Z30

  Remote inspections using the 30 times zoom on the z30 camera. UAV can be flown at a distance, avoiding RF interference while images are captured.
JT VonLunen - May 16, 2017
Feral Hog Spotting - Zenmuse XT 640 x 512 Thermal Camera

Feral Hog Spotting - Zenmuse XT 640 x 512 Thermal Camera

JT VonLunen - May 01, 2017
Forest Fire Hot Spots with Thermal Camera on Drone

Forest Fire Hot Spots with Thermal Camera on Drone

JT VonLunen - Mar 09, 2017
Thermal Mapping - Stitched Images with Photoshop

Thermal Mapping - Stitched Images with Photoshop

  These images were stitched together using photoshop.  
Chad Walker - Dec 22, 2016
Earthquake damage on building detected by Thermal UAV

Earthquake damage on building detected by Thermal UAV

Earthquake damage on building detected first with RMUS Industrial Inspector Drone with FLIR Zenmuse XT Thermal Camera.   Notice the cold air flowing out of the crack in the building.   After the anomaly was noticed in thermal, the area was inspected with an RGB camera and the large crack was photographed.   Thanks to Dale Parrish from Hover Visions in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
JT VonLunen - Nov 09, 2016
Thermal Drone Imaging of Dairy Cows

Thermal Drone Imaging of Dairy Cows

This images uses the isotherm function on the Zenmuse XT Thermal Camera.  Temperatures were set between a set range and only temperatures within that range are highlighted.  All other temperatures, either higher or lower are "greyed out".
JT VonLunen - Aug 20, 2016
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