19 September 2013 Thermal monitoring of transport infrastructures by infrared thermography coupled with inline local atmospheric conditions survey
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An infrared system architecture (software and hardware) has been studied and developed to allow long term monitoring of transport infrastructures in a standalone configuration. It is based on the implementation of low cost infrared thermal cameras (equipped with uncooled microbolometer focal plane array) available on the market coupled with other measurement systems. All data collected feed simplified radiative models running on GPU available on small PC to produce corrected thermal map of the surveyed structure at selected time step. Furthermore, added Web-enabled capabilities of this new infrared measurement system are also presented and discussed. A prototype of this system was tested and evaluated on real infrastructure opened to traffic. Results obtained by image and signal processing are presented. Finally, conclusions and perspectives for new implementation and new functionalities are presented and discussed.
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J. Dumoulin "Thermal monitoring of transport infrastructures by infrared thermography coupled with inline local atmospheric conditions survey", Proc. SPIE 8867, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XXI, 88670V (19 September 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2023100; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2023100
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