Robotic Under Vehicle inspection system with Thermal Imaging and HD Camera

Non-Destructive Testing Saves Time and Money

The ultimate marketing tool for presenting cars’ safety are, certainly, crash tests – one of the worst testing methods for engineers and controllers since, in the course of this process, the device under test will be destroyed. Thus, neither further tests can be carried out nor is it possible to remedy any deficiencies of the product.

Thermal imaging helps to make defects visible without damaging the device under test on its testing. Therefore, functions of catalysts as well as electric systems of cars and motor assemblies can also be tested with the help of infrared camera systems.

Moreover, defects and deficiencies of multiple products for the automotive industry are only to be detected through temperature changes. Thus, heated seats and window heating can be tried and tested for their functionality by applying infrared camera systems.

Integrate Thermographic Solutions by InfraTec

Based on a great number of applications, especially in the automotive sector, Techmatics  integrates multiple requirements directly into infrared cameras, respectively into the software package. High thermal resolutions, fast frame rates and the integration of infrared camera systems into complex test environments within the scope of National Instruments LabVIEW are only a few examples.

In order to test fast-rotating objects, such as brakes or tires, Techmatics has developed a special solution and software for early detection. Thermal behaviour of diverse braking materials or specific forms of disc brakes can be analyzed at full speed with the help of the our custom thermal imaging camera system. 

Vehicle Inspection System

Techmatics Vehicle Inspection System is used to check the vehicles entering and leaving any secure  facility such as prisons and govt departments. The system adopt the scanning device moves quickly operation mode, enabling high-efficiency vehicle inspection.

Example of under vehicle inspections with thermal imaging camera.