Recent advances in thermal imaging and its application in military

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Authors

  • Nguyen Thanh Duong (Corresponding Author) Institute of Technical Physics, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Pham Dinh Quy Institute of Technical Physics, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Trinh Viet Ha Institute of Technical Physics, Academy of Military Science and Technology

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.89.2023.173-176

Keywords:

Thermal imaging; Infrared camera; Gen-generation; HgCdTe detector.

Abstract

Infrared cameras are versatile technology studied and utilized in enormous distinct applications ranging from human life-supporting fields such as industrial, building science, and medical to research and development area. Especially the exploitation of thermal imaging of infrared detectors is a potential candidate in military equipment and weapon for observing the target accurately in long-distance with many obstacles. The modification in thermal imaging sensors structure with uncooled and cooled detectors provides new concepts of incredibly sensitive devices with thermal. Here, the technical developments in Gen-generation devices for thermal imaging are discussed and studied outstandingly.

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25-08-2023

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Nguyen, D., Pham Dinh Quy, and Trinh Viet Ha. “Recent Advances in Thermal Imaging and Its Application in Military”. Journal of Military Science and Technology, vol. 89, no. 89, Aug. 2023, pp. 173-6, doi:10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.89.2023.173-176.

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