1. Overcoming The Challenges Of Measuring Temperature At High Speeds With FLIR X-Series Cameras

    Measuring the temperature of fast moving objects can be very challenging since traditional temperature measurement devices are often too slow or simply impractical.  In this brief 20-30 minute webinar, FLIR’s Scientific Segment Engineer, Taimen Taylor, will discuss how recent developments in high speed thermal camera technology allow engineers and researchers the ability to easily visualize and accurately measure temperatures on extremely fast moving targets.  Taimen will use real-world images from a variety of high speed thermal applications to showcase how new camera features allow users to record, access and analyze data quickly and easily.

  2. The Road Ahead With Alex Roy

    Automotive journalist, Alex Roy, talks about thermal cameras in autonomous driving with Stuart Klapper from Veoneer and Paul Clayton from FLIR Systems.

  3. Understanding Intensified sCMOS Imaging

    This white paper investigates the challenges that necessitate the application of image intensification technologies and covers a variety of methods, including the next generation of intensified imaging.

  4. Why Is A Backside Illuminated Sensor More Sensitive Than A Front Side Illuminated Sensor?

    Backside illuminated image sensors have fewer obstacles in the pathway of the incoming light as it reaches the volume of the pixel, where the conversion to charge carriers takes place. As a result, backside illuminated CMOS image sensors are able to convert more of the light into charge carriers, resulting in larger signals and better images.

  5. Why Are There Special Interfaces For The Transmission Of Image Data?

    The amount of image data that must be transferred to computers for storage and processing is continuously increasing in all fields of application. The demand for fast, reliable data transfer increases in turn. This white paper discusses the progression of camera interfaces, and how they are continuously improved to enable reliable streaming data transfer from the camera to the computer.

  6. What Is All The Hype About Resolution And Mega Pixels Anyway?

    Resolution, in the context of an image sensor, describes the total number of pixels utilized to create an image. The question is then why does pixel count matter? This white paper discusses the importance of resolution and its relevance in camera systems with image sensors.

  7. Lab Obstacle Run

    Please welcome the survivors of the Lab Obstacle Run! These tough microorganisms overcame hostile reactions, crushing forces, oxidation, fire, and the fearsome T-cells! Download the cartoon to read their story!

  8. DNA-PAINT: A Super-Resolution Microscopy Technique

    Researchers have used super-resolution techniques to perform imaging below the classical diffraction-limit of light with extraordinary precision. The recently introduced super-resolution method DNA-PAINT is based on transient DNA-DNA interactions. This white paper discusses the DNA-PAINT microscopy technique and how sCMOS cameras are well suited for these kinds of measurements.

  9. 137/157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge Datasheet

    This datasheet contains information on features and specifications for Bristol Instruments' 137/157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge.

  10. 137/157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge Brochure

    This brochure contains detailed information on the features, operation and specifications for Bristol Instruments' 137/157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge.