Thermography is a special technique for detecting the temperature of a body surface.
The measurement is based on infrared electromagnetic radiation and the physical rules that relate it to temperature. The images above show normal vision vs. thermal imaging, so you can better understand what infrared thermography is and how it can be used for various applications, including construction and industry, as well as veterinary care. Wherever temperature is measurable it is possible to prevent or identify failures and faults. DIPAE works with 3rd level engineers qualified according to UNI EN ISO 9712
Thermography is also successfully used in the clinical assessment of veterinary patients.The picture to the right shows the inflammation on a horse’s left legs after a fall during training.