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Thermal Range Performance: DRI Ratings Explained

Detection, Recognition, and Identification (DRI) are terms used to compare the performance of thermal infrared cameras. This paper explains these standards that have been set in place by The Night Vision Thermal Imaging Systems Performance Model. This model, also referred to as the Johnson criteria, is the universal standard for measuring thermal cameras.

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Thermal Range Performance: DRI Ratings Explained

Detection, Recognition, and Identification (DRI) are terms used to compare the performance of thermal infrared cameras. This paper explains these standards that have been set in place by The Night Vision Thermal Imaging Systems Performance Model. This model, also referred to as the Johnson criteria, is the universal standard for measuring thermal cameras.

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