Dare to Compare: Pricing Factors in Night Vision and Thermal Imaging Systems
Non-Uniformity Correction (NUC) in thermal imaging and how it affects price and performance.
The Ultimate Purchasing Guide is your destination to better understanding of how night vision and thermal imaging systems work. In addition it reveals the meaning of the most critical parameters of these devices and gives an unbiased advice how to select the one that would best fit your needs.
DRI for Thermal Imaging gives you a clear view on how far you can Detect, Recognize and Identify vehicle- and human-size objects based on which FPA and objective lens a thermal system is equipped with.
DRI for Night Vision shows how far different objects can be Detected, Recognized and Identified based on ambient lighting conditions and Generation of image intensifier tube that a night vision device is equipped with.
Note, the information contained in the DRI charts has been collected from open independent sources such as the “Johnson Criteria”, technical specifications of FPA/IIT and Optical Lenses manufacturers. The actual ranges may vary depending on the device, set-up, environmental conditions (wind, humidity, air pressure, the difference in temperature/lighting conditions between surrounding environment and a target), user experience and display method.