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A Smartphone-Based Sensor With an Uncooled Infrared Thermal Camera for Accurate Temperature Measurement of Pig Groups
Frontiers in Physics
Low-cost uncooled infrared thermal cameras show a large application potential for the rapid diagnosis of pig diseases. However, with the increase in ambient temperature and absorbing infrared radiation, almost all of them produce severe thermal drift and provide poor accuracy of temperature measurement. In addition, the unknown surface emissivity on a pig's body can also bring measuring errors. In this article, an uncooled infrared thermal camera with an accuracy of 3°C was used to develop adoi:10.3389/fphy.2022.893131 fatcat:nss3y56e2nbgpik7ttnibvwmfe