InfiRay (iRay) is a leading developer of professional infrared and thermal imaging solutions for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), unmanned systems and robotics.
Based on unique cutting-edge temperature measurement and compensation algorithms, our infrared thermal imaging cameras and technologies are used widely around the world and have been sold to over 80 countries.
Micro IIIS Thermal Camera Module
Low-SWaP infrared camera core for small UAVs
The Micro IIIS is an advanced thermographic camera module that delivers high-accuracy temperature data in a small, compact package. Weighing approximately 20 grams and with a volume of 26 x 26 x 22 mm, it is ideal for SWaP (size, weight and power)-constrained UAV and robotics platforms.
With five different communications interfaces, the micro drone camera makes R&D, prototyping and production as easy as possible for systems integrators and OEMs. The low power consumption of less than 700 mW means that heat dissipation is not a problem.
Smooth low-latency thermal imaging capabilities
Our proprietary fifth-generation intelligent image processing algorithm ensures that the Micro IIIS delivers high-quality output with extremely accurate temperature data. The module’s high sensitivity allows it to distinguish more details and detect targets at greater ranges.
Delivering high frames rates of up to 50 Hz, the miniature drone camera provides smooth, low-latency video that keeps pace with high-speed moving targets and rapid temperature changes, in turn improving detection efficiency and data reliability.
The Micro IIIS provides six different temperature measurement modes, allowing users to carry out professional and comprehensive temperature analysis for a variety of different applications without missing any abnormal data points.
The Micro IIIS is available in image resolutions of 384×288 or 640×512 to suit a variety of thermal imaging requirements.
Ultra-lightweight infrared imaging camera for drones and robotics
The Micro III Lite is an ultra-lightweight thermographic camera module that delivers high-accuracy temperature data in a small, compact package. Weighing less than 10 grams and with a volume of 21 x 21 x 10 mm, it is designed for the most SWaP-critical UAV and robotic vehicle applications.
Our proprietary Matrix IV intelligent image algorithm ensures that the Micro III Lite delivers high-quality output with extremely accurate temperature data, providing high frames rates of up to 50 Hz.
Supporting a range of video protocols and formats, the micro drone camera makes R&D, prototyping and production as easy as possible for systems integrators and OEMs. The low power consumption of less than 350 mW means that heat dissipation is not a problem.
Long-wave infrared module for long-distance monitoring
The FT II LWIR camera module is based around a 12 μm ceramic-package detector and provides excellent image quality for detection of smaller targets. It can be used in conjunction with a range of different lenses, including fixed focus and continuous zooming.
With next-generation imaging algorithms, the module supports black-hot/white-hot and 18-colour palettes. Temperature measurement can be integrated with high-temperature warnings and fire alarm functions, with response times of 0.2 seconds or less.
The FT II provides a range of different external video interfaces, including BT.656, BT.1120, LVDS, LVCOMS, USB, Cameralink, HDMI, and analog. It is available in four different image resolutions to suit a variety of thermal imaging requirements.
High-Resolution Thermal Camera for a Range of Drone-Based Applications
Security & Surveillance
Drones and robotic vehicles equipped with thermal imaging cameras are ideal for night-time surveillance, perimeter patrol, protecting critical sites and assets, and finding missing persons in the dark.
Thermal imaging drones provide an efficient way of scanning buildings to detect leaks, energy inefficiencies and other faults and issues.
Solar Panel Inspection
Solar cell defects are quickly and easily detected with infrared imaging cameras, providing significant savings in costs and manpower compared to traditional methods.
Oil & Gas
Aerial thermal imaging provides a number of essential services for oil and gas facilities, including tank monitoring and pipeline inspection.
Drone IR cameras are an indispensable asset for firefighting crews, with the ability to see through smoke and haze, detecting hotspots and providing critical situational awareness.