Infrared camera reveals 'invisible' air pollution


The soot-filled skies of Britain’s industrial past have thankfully long since disappeared.
But invisible toxic fumes are still a major cause for concern.
This advanced infrared camera reveals the pollutants the human eye can’t see.
SOUNDBITE (English) ANDREAS ZINSSMEISTER, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FOR OPTICAL GAS IMAGING AT FLIR, SAYING:
“What we recognised is that we have the ability to make you see the invisible. Today, when we look to the newspaper, everyone is talking about reduction of emissions, reduction of CO2 emissions, but it’s not possible to see with the human eye. So we recognise that our technology is capable of making that visible to help you get awareness of that so important topic.”
Cameras like this are normally used in industry to check for CO2 leaks



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