Contact Us
Thermal Camera for Ocrean Fire Rescure

Thermal Camera for Ocrean Fire Rescure

Walson DMS series infrared thermal imager is powerful, flexible, and durable. The DMS series infrared thermal imager has a variety of sensors and different resolutions, which can meet the needs of various maritime navigation, collision avoidance, safety, and search and rescue. The DMS infrared thermal imager installed on the fire boat includes an infrared thermal imager lens (with a shooting resolution of 640 × 512 pixels clear thermal image) and a light camera lens. The sturdy, water-resistant universal joint housing supports continuous 360 ° panning and+/- 90 ° pitch shooting to produce a full field of view. Waterproof and easy to install, it can withstand severe environments and high water pressure tests. All M-series thermal imagers can be installed in emergency rescue.


It can easily locate hot spots and missing targets and choose an infrared thermal imager to replace radar. One of its most important applications is to be able to detect objects that cannot be detected by radar but can seriously damage ships, such as floating objects, small yachts, buoys, and other objects. With the help of the Navigator azimuth/pitch PTZ infrared thermal imager, I can navigate safely. Under any lighting conditions, users can see the target clearly through the darkness, light fog, and smoke that hinder normal vision.


Radar plays an important role in today's emergency rescue department. However, obtaining the skills of interpreting radar signals and visualizing signals often requires some professional training. In contrast, the infrared thermal imager can immediately display scene images that are easy to interpret in real-time and feedback on the information you need in a very short time so that you can take appropriate actions. Although radar has a wide range of applications, radar image system is usually unable to detect the structure of objects, ships, and floating objects in the water. The infrared thermal imager can be used to verify the radar echo, find objects that may be missed by the radar, and show you things that the plotter cannot show.

When approaching or arriving at the site, the onboard DMS series infrared thermal imager can help quickly assess the site situation. At night, we can see objects farther away, detect the fire intensity at a safer distance, identify harmful substances through temperature differences, see the liquid level of the tank car, scan the residual heat of the taxiing car, search for the wounded thrown from the car, and locate the fire point for initial rescue.


Thermal imagers are easier to use than radar. It can produce very clear images with minimal detail. Using the joystick installed on the bridge, the navigator can be rotated 370 ° horizontally and+/- 30 ° vertically. In this way, I can choose any angle to watch. The azimuth/tilt of the PTZ allows me to see what happens after the ship's hull. In addition, in the daytime, it is as important to see what happens behind the ship as to know the situation ahead or on both sides. 

The customer selected DMS azimuth/tilt PTZ infrared thermal imager. It is easy to install the infrared thermal imager above the bridge of the Golden Bay merchant ship, which always provides an excellent perspective for the thermal imager. The DMS infrared thermal imager is about 15 meters above sea level. Although it is more than 70 meters from the bow, its performance is still excellent.

DMS infrared thermal imager is a powerful tool. It can capture clear images in a completely black environment, and make them complete. Small ships within 10km can be easily detected. If necessary, we have enough distance to change the channel. Since it can rotate 360 ° horizontally and pitch+/- 60 ° vertically, we can scan both sides of the ship and verify our exact position through the channel marks. It greatly improves our perception of the environment.