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The remote control and measuring of temperature using a WEB (ThermoWEB) is based on the expansion of the measuring and operable usage possibilities of the termovision cameras NEC Thermo tracer TH7102WL. The camera's standard area for reading off temperatures is in only one central point of the obtained thermal picture of the object. By using the additional programming support it is possible to choose any point inside the obtained termografic picture of the object and get the quantitative and temporally dependent value of temperature distribution. A camera that registers the visible spectral area (CCD color camera) has been added a termovision camera, that makes it possible to accept pictures from the measuring object in a IR and visible spectral area. The camera system for measuring is controlled by a computer, which has a wireless or physical connection to the Internet. The result of these improvements is the realization of a high quality network system for remote and contactless measuring of temperature across WEB.

Application

Potential users of the ThermoWEB system are scientific institutes and economic entities, where independent and / or group remote measurement and temperature control (thermographic inspection) is required. Examples of such areas are the fields of ecology, construction, medicine, electricity transmission, thermal networks, electrical engineering, computing, etc.
 
A particularly important application of the ThermoWEB system is in the area of ​​early detection of forest fires, in specially protected areas, as part of distributed measurement systems. Based on the results obtained in the process of functional tests of the ThermoWEB system, this system is included in the application for the European project LIFE Third Countries 2005-Forest Fire Monitoring on Ecological Grid, as a sensor unit for remote flame detection in the IR area. The project holder is the State Administration for Protection and Rescue (DUZS), and the project partners are the Ruđer Bošković Institute CIR - Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture - Split, Split-Dalmatia County - Split and Tehnomobil - Zagreb.

Authors and contact

Authors: Darko Kolarić and Tibor Skala

For additional information please contact: dkolaric@irb.hr.

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