If you are interested in participating in our research, either by IR measuring the temperature of people for statistical purposes, or you need to improve your existing thermal imaging systems or need related advice, do not hesitate to contact us.

The research team of Infrared Technologies from the NTC, UWB research center in Pilsen brings more than 20 years of experience in the field of IR measurement.

NTC UWB provides
the technical side of the research, as well as the administration of the BETERKA project.

Faculty of Health Studies, UWB brings a well-founded medical view, as well as knowledge of operational problems and requirements of one of the main groups of the IRS – the rescue system.

Teachers and students of the FZS UWB provide the medical side of research and participate in the transfer of research results to the medical community.

Techmania Science Center o.p.s. brings many years of experience with the popularization of research. As a sought-after visitor destination, it will also allow the possibility of involving the public in data collection.

Techmania employees work together to popularize scientific findings and create educational exhibitions explaining the nature and use of thermal imagers in practice.

Professional Guarantors

prof. Ing. Milan Honner, PhD.

Deputy Director for Professional Activities of the NTC, Head of the Infrared Technology Team and Head of the Expert Group of Thermodiagnostics of the Association of Technical Diagnostics of the Czech Republic

Professional career focused on applied research of IR technologies.

I feel a great social responsibility for the situation where the installed thermal cameras provide only the illusion of safety and at the same time could be an important and reliable tool for combating epidemics such as SARS, MERS, etc.

prof. Ing. Milan Honner, PhD.

prof. MUDr. Petr Pazdiora, CSc.

Head of the Department of Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen, Charles University in Prague, former long-term head of the anti-epidemic department of the Regional Hygiene Station in Pilsen.

The focus of the professional work is focused on epidemiology.