Traditional security cameras can catch a lot of things on the property. However, like humans, they struggle to see at night without proper lighting or when it’s cloudy or foggy during the day. Criminals know this and tend to make their move when it’s dark.
Fortunately, thermal cameras can detect images that may be hard to see, even without any lighting. Where most cameras and human eyes see nothing, these see by translating thermal energy (heat) into visible light to peruse a scene. So, criminals can’t use landscaping or other objects to hide behind.
This paper takes an in-depth look into the many uses and benefits of thermal imaging cameras. It explores how they can enhance a proactive security solution to help deter crimes, reduce risk and increase ROI.
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