Argus Information Technology Co., Ltd. was established in Jinan high tech Zone and has a core R&D team for infrared thermal imaging and auto tracking technology research. Have 229 employees, of which 45% are R &D and 36% are master degree.
Argus focus on the innovation of new products and technologies，and has the capability to research customized products. Argus owns complete inspection and test equipment, machining equipment and production lines for lenses, sensors, devices, modules and application products. Sales performance has maintained a growth rate of more than 30%. The products have been exported more than 150 countries with their excellent performance, reliable quality and thoughtful after-sales service has been widely praised by users all over the world.
Our products have been worldwide used in railway,freeway,border defense, city security,forest fire prevention,airport and oilfield.The company will keep exploring further market,paying attention to photoelectronic technology and doing all what we could to be a global photoelectronic equipment and system supplier.
Because thermal imaging is a passive, non-contact detection and identification of targets, it is concealed and undetectable, thus making long range thermal camera safer and more effective for operators. Apart from that, do you know what other advantages thermal scope has to offer? Let's take a look at them in detail. Here are some answers.
The thermal camera uses an infra-red detector and an optical imaging objective to receive a graphic representation of the infra-red radiation energy distribution of the target to be measured, which is reflected on the photosensitive element of the infra-red detector, thus obtaining an infra-red thermal image that corresponds to the heat distribution field on the surface of the object. This thermal image corresponds to the heat distribution field on the surface of the object. Next, let's take a look at the structure and applications of the thermal camera. Here are some answers.
The thermal camera is used in a wide range of applications, and as infrared technology continues to develop and become more widespread, new applications are constantly being developed. Infrared technology is used in both civil and military applications, initially in the military and gradually in the