Thermal imaging tech used for zoo animal house heating system

An innovative system using thermal imaging cameras to control indoor heating for zoo animals has been developed to cut energy bills and carbon emissions. The partnership between Marwell Zoo, Hampshire, and IBM is using infrared sensors to record the temperature every second from across the bedding area of the shelter for southern African antelope known as nyala.

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