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Infrared thermal imaging technology plays an important role in product quality control and monitoring, on-line fault diagnosis and safety protection of equipment and energy saving in the production process.
Thermal Imaging surveillance systems can work through day and night. It is a fast, economical and ideal solution to increase security and protect citizens' lives and property in those areas lacking sufficient illumination.
Optical gas imaging technology visualizes the invisible VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) that cannot be seen by naked eyes. It easily realizes all-weather, long-distance, non-contact and non-destructive gas detection.
Infrared thermal imager can help firefighters from the distraction of smoke, clearly showing the real situation of the fire scene, thus they could quickly make the most effective judgments and decisions.
Infrared thermal imaging technology can improve the visibility of drivers' in all weather conditions and light environment, detect distant obstacles and make driving judgment as soon as possible, so as to ensure the safe driving.
Thermal imaging modules can be integrated into all kinds of intelligent hardware devices for smart home, epidemic prevention, temperature measurement, engineering detection, patrol and exploration, etc.
Global Sensor Technology Co., Ltd (GST) specializes in the design, manufacture, sales and marketing of infrared thermal imaging detectors and modules. The company runs 3 internally-developed production lines: 8-inch 0.11μm MEMS production line for uncooled VOx detectors, 8-inch 0.5μm production line for cooled MCT detectors and 8-inch 0.5μm production line for cooled T2SL detectors.
GST thermal imaging detectors and modules have been widely used in thermography, security & surveillance, personal vision, automotive and consumer infrared. The mass production capability of GST enables it to meet the growing demand from all existing and emerging markets.
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