ARAMIS can be synchronized with a thermal imaging camera to capture temperature information. The temperature data can be imported, aligned, and mapped directly to the inspection and can then be used with other measurement data and be displayed by itself for 3-dimensional viewing.
ARAMIS uses the computed surface to align the thermal image. It then does a back-intersection of each point on the surface to its corresponding pixel in the thermal image, mapping the temperature to the corresponding point on the computed surface. The mapped values can then be inspected the same as any other ARAMIS inspection, finding maximums, minimums, averages, placing discrete points, and section lines across the data.