Infrared technology enables solutions for a wide variety of applications. Please select an application type from the drop-down menu above to learn more about how your industry can leverage infrared technology to produce results for you.

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Since our founding in 1979, Infrared, Inc. has remained an industry pioneer in developing new and innovative infrared applications while leading the industry in the more standard predictive applications, including law enforcement, security, surveillance, substation systems, electrical/mechanical surveys, and other applications. In addition, the Company has specialized in fire emergency services, as well as aerial and ground infrared surveys and analysis.

The Company has conducted research and applied engineering studies in advanced infrared technology projects with military, industrial, and academic organizations. This unique background provides the Company with an unsurpassed capability in theoretical evaluation and research, image processing, computer programming, image analysis, and infrared engineering.

We proudly supported the 2002 Winter Olympics by providing infrared cameras and dual-image thermal imaging systems for the security operations and perimeter surveillance program directed by the United States Secret Service.

Under contract awarded by the Department of Energy and coordinated by Bechtel Hanford, Infrared, Inc. successfully engineered, developed, and operated a thermal imaging system for liquid level detection in high radiation areas.

In a joint venture with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, the Company engineered and developed an automated computerized thermal detection system for detection of hot spots along railroad right-of-ways, and has since supplied additional systems that have been in use for over seven years. The Company's innovative approach to security and surveillance problems involves both dual infrared and visual systems with computerized auto-detect thermal imaging and visual image motion detection. The systems are installed with optional hardwire, fibre optic or wireless configurations in stand-alone or multi-unit operations.