Putting energy efficiency on the map – Thermal imaging can provide a useful snapshot of where buildings are losing heat, allowing householders to target insulation efforts more effectively.
A thermal image of MIT student center – Massachusetts-based startup, essess is hoping to revolutionize energy efficiency in resiedental and business properties by scanning millions of buildings with thermal imaging cameras.
The Energy Diagnostic Imaging Vehicles (EDIV) – Inspired by Google Street View, essess attach their thermal-imaging equipment to an SUV before heading off up and down the U.S.
The EDVI above the streets of San Francisco – Millions of houses can be captured in a short space of time.
An Essess energy report – essess provide energy assessment reports which detail hotspots and how much money and energy is being wasted.
Capitol Hill – IRT have also turned their thermal imaging equipment on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. ...
The Reichstag – ... and Germany's parliament building in Berlin. IRT's Stewart Little says thermal imaging can help motivate people to inuslate their homes.