- – WIRIS Data SDK and Ethernet Stream SDK
- – premium temperature sensitivity – 30 mK
- – 2x Software CorePlayer license
- – 2x exchangable lenses
Broad temperature range
Precise laboratory calibration
Highest sensor resolution on the market
10x optical RGB zoom
A Thermal Camera for the Most Demanding Applications
The WIRIS ProSc is a thermal imaging camera designed for the most demanding applications. An example of its performance in precision agriculture is given below. This orthothermogram is composed of 1500 separate thermograms, each of which were acquired by the WIRIS ProSc and composed in Pix4Dmapper software. The orthothermogram maps an area of approximately 5 hectares (50,000m2) and was taken by a drone during two separate flights, with a flight time of 50 minutes, from a height of 70m.
The Workswel WIRIS ProSc is the only UAV thermal imaging camera that can meet all the requirements of this extremely demanding applicationHighest thermal sensitivity (< 30 mk) Exceptionally low temperature drift, even during long flights Very high thermogram homogeneity
Both water and plant management influence the local microclimate. By draining and removing greenery over large expanses, people induce desert climates, especially around cities and fields, which cannot be resolved through the application of purely technical remedies. In this image, one can clearly identify the places from which landscape drought and the consequent loss of vegetation are emanating. We can see that the naked hill on the right above the vineyard, which has been impacted by intense soil erosion, warms its surroundings, and that the effects of this heat reach into the vineyard.
On the other hand, the vegetation to the left of the vineyard has a cooling effect, even in its immediate vicinity, which also penetrates into the vineyard, which covers an area of approximately 2 ha. The picture indicates what remedial action should be taken, and where it will be easiest to start restoring vegetation.
We believe that the Workswell WIRIS ProSc enhances land management. With its help, it is possible to localize, visualize and reverse local problems, even when they are considered to be irreversible manifestations of global processes. By facilitating local action, this camera opens a path towards the improvement of vital natural systems.
This Thermal Camera Delivers Both Inspection and Mapping
Live, high-resolution and high-image-frequency visuals delivered straight to the screen
High Resolution & Thermal Sensitivity
The WIRIS ProSc thermal camera is equipped with an LWIR microbolometric sensor with a resolution of 640×512 px, and the final image quality via onboard processing is 1266×1010 px. This is the highest thermal still image resolution available on the market for this camera size. The imager’s advanced calibration procedure ensures its accuracy, as well as the standard model’s temperature sensitivity of 30mK. A calibration certificate aligned with TUV standards is included in each package.
We Want You to be…Accurate
Each WIRIS ProSc is precisely calibrated in our climatic chamber. This doesn’t just ensure the accuracy of the thermal camera as it measures different temperatures – it underwrites precision at a wide variety of operating temperatures. We have achieved absolutely unmatched measurement accuracy in the field of aerial thermography, ti. +-2°C or +-2%.
High Temperature Measurement
Many airborne applications of thermography have non-standard requirements, such as high temperature measurements. The WIRIS ProSc Thermal Camera can therefore measure temperatures of up to 1500 ° C when equipped with an external filter.
R&D Software and SDK Support
The Workswell WIRIS ProSc is primarily designed for research and development applications. That’s why the WIRIS ProSC kit includes the CorePlayer SDK for custom application development. These libraries give access to low-level functionalities and enable the application developer to fully maximize the potential of the camera’s hardware.
The Workswell WIRIS® ProSc also offers an interface enabling the widest range of connections to the drone, the control unit, an external GPS sensor, and other instruments. A Wi-Fi low latency live video streaming and command link is also available. The following HW interfaces are available:
- CAN bus (DJI M600 and A3 controller compatible)
- Ethernet (RJ 45)
- MavLink – Provides a wide range of standard and custom commands for controlling the thermal camera during the flight.
- External GPS connection
- External trigger
- CANbus & UART serial communication
Compatible with any Platform
Its many interfaces make the Workswell WIRIS ProSc a truly versatile system that can be placed on the DJI M600 Pro drone, as well as on the drones of most other manufacturers, not limited to AceCore Zoe, VideoDrone, Flydeo, and Height Technologies.
The WIRIS Pro Sc thermal imaging camera can be purchased with an 18°, 32°, 45° or 69° lens. However, the lenses are user-interchangeable at any time, and the camera can be supplied with additional lenses as accessories. Each lens is calibrated separately.
WIRIS OS – Custom Software
The WIRIS OS has been in development for over 4 years, and we have tested it on each of the previous generations of the Workswell WIRIS® cameras. This OS allows you to maximize the full potential of the camera’s sensor and computing hardware, and enjoy functionalities that similar products without an operating system cannot even approach.
Weight and Dimensions
Workswell’s WIRIS® ProSc weighs less than 450 g, which is ideal for drone usage.
WEIGHT: < 430 g (0.95 lb)
DIMENSIONS : 83 x 85 x 68 mm (3.26 in x 3.34 in x 2.67 in)
|WIRIS ProSc Key features description|
|Super Resolution Mode||WIRIS ProSc takes Super Resolution Mode 1.3Mpx IR images in one shot|
|Operating onboard system||WIRIS OS for full real-time data streaming and control during the flight|
|10x Optical Antivibration zoom||Full HD 10x optical zoom camera with anti-vibration compensation|
|Thermal camera specification|
|IR camera resolution||640 x 512 pixels|
|IR Super Resolution Mode||1 266 x 1 010 pixels (improvement of native resolution up to 1.3 Mpx)|
|FPA active sensor size||1.088 x 0.8705 cm|
|Temperature ranges||-25 °C to +150 °C (-13 °F to 302 °F)
-40 °C to +550 °C (-40 °F to 1 022 °F)
optional temperature range 50 °C to 1 000 °C (122 °F to 1 832 °F)
optional temperature range 400 °C to 1 500 °C (752 °F to 2 732 °F)
|Temperature sensitivity||30 mK|
|Accuracy||±2 % or ±2 °C|
|Frame rate||30 Hz or 9 Hz|
|Spectral range / detector||7.5 – 13.5 μm / Uncooled VOx microbolometer|
|Calibration of each lens||Package includes a calibration certificate|
|Available lenses||18°, 32°, 45°, 69° (exchangeable lenses, all calibrated), visit FOV calculator|
|Protective filter on lens||Filter protects the lens against external damage during the flight|
|Digital zoom||1 – 14x continuous|
|Digital visual camera|
|Resolution||1 920 x 1 080 pixels (Full HD), 1/3” sensor, Auto white balance, Wide dynamic range, Backlight compensation, Exposure and Gamma control|
|Optical zoom||10x optical zoom with vibration compensation|
|View angle||ultra zoom 6.9° – extra wide 58.2°, focal 33.0 mm – 3.3 mm|
|Noise reduction||Special 3D noise reduction function|
|Focus||Autofocus with Direct Focus Zoom synchronization|
|Memory and data recording|
|Memory||Internal high-speed SSD 128GB or 256GB for image and video recording
External slot for Micro SD card & USB 2.0 for USB stick for taking images
|Image and video formats||Radiometric JPEG images and Digital camera Full HD JPEG images
Radiometric TIFF images (Pix4D and Agisoft compatible for 3D modeling)
Digital camera h.264 encode video HD recording
Radiometric full-frame IR recording (raw data recording in 30 Hz)
|GPS geo-tagging (image & video)|
|GPS tagging (image & video)||MavLink or External GPS or DJI A3 controllers compatible via CAN bus|
|Interfaces & real-time remote control|
|10-pin digital port||S.Bus
CAN bus (compatible with DJI M600 and A3 controllers)
External GPS connectivity
CANbus & UART