The Australian waste industry is shifting in a more recycling focused direction, and with this new focus comes the rise of a particular type of facility: the recycling transfer station.
Thermal imaging uses specialised sensors to detect electromagnetic radiation in the infrared range, which is not visible to the human eye. All objects that we encounter in everyday life emit some amount of infrared radiation. Thermal imaging cameras capture this radiation and create a picture from it. There are several key benefits over visual camera technology.
IMC have collaborated with both universities and industry to utilise spectral imaging to solve otherwise unsolvable problems. Spectral imaging works by dividing the spectrum into many bands - sometimes hundreds. It preserves the scenes spectral content, along with much hidden information, by measuring radiance at each of these narrow bands.
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An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAVs are often preferred for missions that are too "dull, dirty or dangerous" for manned aircraft. UAVs can be utilised for a number of monitoring and control applications.