The DJI Zenmuse H20T is the ultimate payload for public safety and test and inspection. Featuring a 20MP camera with a 23x combined zoom capability, 12MP wide angle camera for object alignment, high resolution thermal imaging camera at 30Hz for thermal analyse and a laser range finder for measurement and geo-location resolving, the H20T is one of the most advanced EOIR payloads on the market.
Automate routine inspections and receive consistent data every time. Integrated AI helps out on automated missions by recognising pre-marked subjects and ensuring consistent framing.
Track moving subjects of interest like vehicles or people with the auto-zoom function. This allows you to track whilst simultaneously receiving their dynamic location.
Mark around an area of interest using wide camera view and the zoom camera will automatically capture a set of high-resolution images of that area for you.�
Pinpoint specific objects by simply tapping on the screen and advanced sensor fusion algorithms will immediately provide it�s coordinates.
Eliminate any risks by monitoring the temperature of a site or asset by acquiring a precise temperature reading from the air.
Gives you the ability to select an area to view the lowest, highest, and average temperatures.
Simply tap on the screen to get a real-time reading of the surface temperature.
Be alerted instantly when object temperatures exceed your pre-set alert values.
Visualise a specific band of temperatures to find what is important.
Adjust the colours applied to the thermal data based on the needs of specific scenarios.
Change gain modes to adjust the temperature range captured. In high gain mode, you can cover a smaller temperature range, but it is more sensitive to temperature differences. Low gain mode covers a wider temperature range.
Images captured by the Zenmuse H20T are in the R-JPEG format with embedded temperature information. By importing these images into DJI Thermal Analysis Tool, you can measure temperature, and adjust parameters such as Emissivity, and Reflected Temp.
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