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See How Forensic Investigators Research Cases Using FLIR Thermal Cameras

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Author: FLIR Systems, Inc.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Teledyne FLIR Systems Inc.

Researchers have been looking for an alternative method of detecting the presence of dilute concentrations of blood on fabric. They have found a solution in thermal imaging with FLIR thermal imaging cameras. While blood is not visible on its own in the infrared spectrum, these researchers discovered it was possible to create a thermal signature by introducing water vapor to a bloodstained sample. Learn how FLIR thermal imaging cameras can help to determine whether fabric has been stained by blood.

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