Advanced thermal imaging cameras in Brisbane represent a significant leap in technological innovation, allowing for the precise detection and measurement of heat across various objects and environments. These cameras use sophisticated sensors to capture differences in temperature, presenting them in a visually accessible format. This capability is invaluable in a myriad of applications, from identifying energy inefficiencies in buildings, aiding in search and rescue operations, to supporting preventive maintenance in industrial settings. Beyond their technical prowess, these devices are becoming more user-friendly, with features such as higher resolution imaging, extended range, and integration with mobile devices and cloud storage, making thermal imaging more accessible and effective than ever before.

At South East Scanning, we have recently acquired a Flir E96 Advanced Imaging Camera. This state-of-the-art camera is capable of capturing high-definition thermal images with 640×480 thermal resolution, allowing for accurate temperature measurement and detailed analysis. Its extended temperature range and precise spot size measurement make it ideal for a wide range of applications in Brisbane.




The 640 × 480 thermal resolution plus FLIR UltraMax® and MSX® image enhancement ensure the E96 produces the most virbrant, easiest-to-interpret images in its class.


Interchangeable, auto-calibrating lenses—from telephoto to wide-angle—allow users to target electrical hot spots safely, check for mechanical faults, and survey roofs or building envelopes quickly.


Onboard integration with FLIR routing software*, automatic image upload directly to the FLIR Ignite cloud library, a built-in mic for voice annotation, and report generation features all help streamline your workday. (*Optional accessory software)

9 Reasons Why Our Brisbane Thermal Imaging Camera Service Is Perfect For You

Energy Efficiency Analysis

Thermal imaging cameras are instrumental in pinpointing areas of energy wastage in buildings, such as poor insulation and air leaks, facilitating targeted improvements that can significantly reduce energy costs.

Preventive Maintenance

They allow for the early detection of overheating components or machinery in industrial environments, helping prevent costly breakdowns and extending the lifespan of equipment.

Enhanced Safety

By identifying potential fire hazards like overheated wiring or equipment, thermal cameras can significantly reduce the risk of fire, enhancing workplace and home safety.

Quality Control

In manufacturing, these cameras can detect product anomalies or defects that are not visible to the naked eye, ensuring high standards of quality control.

Health and Environment Monitoring

They can be used to monitor and study wildlife and environmental conditions without intrusion, contributing to conservation efforts.

Medical Diagnostics

Thermal imaging has applications in medical diagnostics, helping to detect body temperature variations that might indicate health issues, such as circulatory problems.

Search and Rescue Operations

In search and rescue, thermal cameras can locate individuals in challenging conditions, such as smoke, darkness, or obscured landscapes, saving valuable time and lives.

Building Diagnostics

They are crucial for identifying construction issues, like water leaks, thermal bridging, and structural defects, aiding in more effective building diagnostics and repairs.

Security and Surveillance

Thermal imaging cameras can detect intruders in low light or through obstructions like foliage, offering enhanced security for properties.

We use the Flir E96 for projects we are called to in Brisbane. We’ve found that the Flir E96 can provide detailed analysis and accurate temperature measurements that can help identify energy inefficiencies in buildings, locate potential fire hazards, and support preventive maintenance in industrial settings. Our highly experienced team is dedicated to providing top-quality thermal imaging services using this advanced camera to clients in Brisbane and the surrounding areas.

Advanced thermal imaging cameras have revolutionised the way we detect and measure heat, providing crucial insights across various industries and applications. With our acquisition of the Flir E96, South East Scanning is proud to offer top-of-the-line thermal imaging camera services in Brisbane, helping businesses and individuals make informed decisions for improved efficiency, safety, and quality. Contact us today to learn more about how thermal imaging can benefit you or your business.

Frequently Asked Questions About Thermal Imaging Camera Brisbane

Thermal imaging is a technique used to visualise the heat emitted by objects. It involves detecting temperature differences and presenting them as a thermal image or heat map. This allows for the observation of heat across surfaces or environments without any physical contact.

Thermal imaging cameras detect infrared radiation (heat) that is emitted by all objects regardless of lighting conditions, and convert this data into an image that displays temperature variations. This technology enables us to see variations in temperature, which can highlight problems like heat loss, insulation deficiencies, or overheated equipment.

No, thermal imaging cameras cannot see through walls. They can only detect the surface temperature of a wall. However, differences in temperature on a surface can sometimes indicate what is behind it, such as pipes or structural faults.

Thermal imaging cameras have a wide range of applications including building inspections for energy efficiency, preventive maintenance in industrial environments, medical diagnostics, environmental studies, quality control in manufacturing, security and surveillance, and search and rescue operations.

The accuracy of thermal imaging cameras depends on several factors, including the camera’s resolution and sensitivity, the distance from the target, and environmental conditions. High-quality cameras like the Flir E96 provide highly accurate temperature readings, but it’s important to use them within their recommended operating conditions for best results.

Basic operation of a thermal imaging camera can be learned by most people without specialised training. However, interpreting the images accurately and understanding the implications of different temperature patterns often requires training and experience, particularly for complex or critical applications.

Thermal imaging cameras can help businesses identify energy inefficiencies, prevent equipment failures through regular maintenance checks, ensure product quality, enhance security, and reduce risks such as fire hazards. This not only saves costs but can also improve safety and operational efficiency.

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Jordan Huxley
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Dion from South East Scanning was great to work with, answered all our queries, communicated well and had a good knowledge of the industry. Would definitely get them out again and would highly recommend.
Adrian Misuraca
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Aidan & Dion are great operators, called them out to complete a ground scan at a site in Brisbane. They were very detailed and great communicators. Will be happy to use them again on the next job and refer them to anyone, keep up the great work guys
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Aidan and his team completed a dial-before-you-dig request at our property at the Glasshouse Mountains on the Sunshine Coast. He was able to locate several buried assets that were not on plans, giving us peace of mind with regards to our renovation. Highly professional and well priced. I can highly recommend Aidan and his team for any locating or scanning works you may require.


The Founders Of South East Scanning

South-East Scanning was founded by Aidan and Dion, two brothers from Melbourne, who brought together their extensive experience in the built environment and professional services sectors.

After relocating to South-East Queensland, they established South-East Scanning to fill a niche in the building and construction industry, specialising in ground-penetrating radar, concrete scanning, non-destructive testing, and utility locating services. Their background provided a strong foundation for the business, allowing them to offer expert insights and innovative solutions to meet the complex needs of their clients in the region.

At South-East Scanning, our mission is to help our clients understand sub-surface structures and mitigate their risk with our expertise in ground penetrating radar and utility detection. We are a family business with unique insights and a commitment to our clients' success.

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