Thermal cameras indeed have a much longer detection range than visual cameras, and they don’t need additional lighting and concomitant installation works to operate.

Thermal cameras provide an image based on heat coming off the environment, and thus allow you to see intruders at night, during the day and in bad weather conditions like thunderstorms.

Thanks to the smaller number of cameras required and the absence of additional lighting installations, thermal imaging cameras will prove to be the most sensible and most cost effective choice for perimeter security and intrusion detection.

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