Hi everyone how has same knowledge about thermal cameras
I am geo-scientist and is interested in doing Thermal Mapping with my Skywalker 1880 platform, in order to create thermal orthophotos maps of specific areas of interest. I am planning to make use of a FLIR Tau2 Thermal camera installed in the vertically down position to capture/map the thermal variation of the ground surface or a water body.
I understand that most of the thermal cameras only gives a live streaming video down to your ground control station, from which you can then manual screen capture still thermal images via FLIR systems own software from the video. But in order to create an good orthophoto map one will have to capture hundreds of these still thermal images manually, which would result in hours & hours spend in front of the computer to manual capture these images, expecially for a large survey area (500ha to 1000ha).
Do any one know of a way: software or hardware configuration which could be able to capture still thermal images at specific time intervals ( every 2 or 4 sec), same as you would do with normal aerial mapping surveys?