As the longest river in China, the Yangtze River carries abundant biodiversity and significant economic value. However, in recent years, factors such as overfishing, water pollution, and ecological damage have led to a gradual decline in fisheries resources and posed a serious threat to the ecological environment of the Yangtze River. In order to address this issue, a policy for the conservation of the Yangtze River has been implemented to ensure the sustainable development of its important ecosystems, as well as the recovery of biodiversity and fisheries resources.
During the fishing ban period in the Yangtze River, fishermen are prohibited from fishing any fish in the river. However, poaching activities often occur at night, requiring consistent clarity and accurate detection during the ban enforcement in both daytime and nighttime. Conventional security monitoring systems that utilize visible light or night vision illuminators have poor night vision capabilities and narrow visual range, which no longer meet the requirements of large-scale and all-weather monitoring of rivers. In this regard, thermal imaging technology has become a crucial tool in the conservation of the Yangtze River.
The thermal imaging cores provided by Wuhan Global Sensor Technology offer support for riverine applications. Infrared camera cores based on infrared technology are extremely sensitive to target temperatures and are not affected by light limitations. They can accurately and rapidly detect and track intruding targets, automatically record their positions and capture images. Additionally, the thermal imaging cores can achieve 24-hour automatic cruising for complete coverage, greatly improving inspection efficiency and reducing labor costs. Users can also customize alert areas for intelligent detection and alarm, ensuring the safety of the river at all times.