The thermal pattern on the skin of a healthy animal is symmetrical; there are no differences from side to side. In thermal image analysis, asymmetries that meet the diagnostic criteria are examined in order to locate possible issues quickly and reliably.


Production Animals

Small Animals

The versatility of thermal imaging

Early diagnostics

Locating thermal anomalies before clinical symptoms

Monitoring treatment

Monitor and track the effectiveness of treatment and recovery progress


Monitor the results of training and the progress of rehabilitation using thermal imaging​

Equine thermography session at a local equine clinic

We spent an afternoon at a local equine clinic. Taking thermal images of a horse is an easy and animal-friendly procedure to quickly assess the size and location of possible problem areas.

Thermal imaging of cows and identifying hoof problems

The routine use of thermal imaging offers a simple and easy screening tool to catch common problems before they start. Thermography helps identify hoof and udder infections, fever, inflammation, and injury for early treatment and prevention.

Thermal imaging for quick screening of small animals

Thermal imaging can be used to quickly and reliably detect changes in muscular, vascular, skeletal and nervous systems. Routine screening of pets takes only a few minutes and can reveal valuable information about the animal’s health.

The portable all-in-one solution

Thermidas IRT-384 Pro

Compact and powerful.
Easy and versatile.

Thermidas IRT-384 Tablet is an astonishingly compact yet versatile thermal imaging system. Take it with you wherever you go and save the thermal images in the Thermidas cloud for further use.