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InfraRED Camera (ToF)

Utilising Infrared (IR) cameras to detect radiant energy (heat) is a cutting-edge technology that allows for instant visualisation and verification of thermal performance.

As one of the most powerful and dependable predictive maintenance methods, IR technology enables the detection of thermal problems before equipment failure.

Its capability to operate in challenging temperature environments, such as the Australian landscape, further solidifies the significance of IR technology in predictive maintenance.

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LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a sensing technology that leverages pulsing laser light to calculate an object's distance from the earth's surface with precision. The technology is composed of three critical components: a scanner, laser, and GPS receiver. 

Lidar offers unmatched accuracy and precision in data analysis, management, visualisation, and dissemination.

This high positional accuracy makes it an indispensable tool for a wide range of applications, including urban planning, landscape ecology, volumetric calculations, forest inventory, floodplain mapping, hydrology, and geomorphology. 

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Millimetre wave radar

Millimetre Wave Radar technology offers unbeatable accuracy in measuring the range, velocity, and angle of objects.

It's unaffected by weather conditions such as rain and fog and can even penetrate materials such as plastic and clothing. 

This advanced radar system, equipped with its sensors, provides unparalleled object-tracking capabilities and the ability to distinguish between multiple targets, thus making navigation easier for drivers and providing them with greater control over their vehicles. 

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RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging) technology uses radio waves to detect and range objects. RADAR systems transmit short pulses of electromagnetic waves, similar to those used in wireless computer networks and mobile phones.

When these pulses encounter an object, part of the signal is reflected back to the RADAR, similar to an echo. This reflection allows RADAR to determine the range, velocity, and other characteristics of the object. 

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Spectral imaging technology enables the simultaneous collection of data in both visible and non-visible wavelengths. This technology utilises spectral analysis to identify the composition of various substances such as materials, foods, and fluids. The information gathered from this analysis can then be used to produce natural images in both terrestrial and underwater environments.

In the agriculture industry, we are utilising spectral imaging to monitor crop and food production. This technology is providing farmers with valuable insights that can help improve their production processes and yields.

With spectral imaging, farmers now have access to real-time data that can help them make informed decisions about their crops, leading to more efficient and effective farming practices.

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The Electromagnetic Fields of RFID technology enable the automatic identification and tracking of tagged objects, offering numerous benefits across industries like construction, engineering, chemicals, manufacturing, retail, logistics, and the public sector.

Advantages like boosted revenue, enhanced data capture quality, streamlined processes, better regulatory compliance, higher productivity, and accurate management information make RFID technology a valuable asset for businesses.

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Enhance your production line's accuracy and decision-making processes with cutting-edge Camera Vision Systems. Our engineers leverage the latest in machine learning and smart cameras to provide remote monitoring, eliminating the need for outdated hardware connections.

Recently, our Camera Vision System was implemented on a macadamia sorting production line, resulting in improved accuracy and providing valuable insights to the customer for further optimisation in other areas.

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Thermal Imaging

Utilise Thermal Imaging Technology for Accurate Temperature Measurement and Analysis.

Maximise the potential of temperature measurement with Thermal Imaging Cameras. These innovative devices transform thermal energy into visible light for in-depth analysis of objects and scenes.

Our advanced Thermoscan solution, a state-of-the-art body temperature sensing security camera, exemplifies the capabilities of Thermal Imaging. With thermal technology, accurately measure body temperatures and locate sources of wasted heat energy for improved efficiency and increased safety.