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By creating an image that highlights temperature differences, the camera shows heat that is invisible to the naked eye. The practical uses are expansive, from detecting heat loss around windows and doors to identifying overheating appliances, or flaws in insulation. And, it can be used to see in total darkness
By creating an image that highlights temperature differences, the camera shows heat that is invisible to the naked eye. The practical uses are expansive, from detecting heat loss around windows and doors to identifying overheating appliances, or flaws in insulation. And, it can be used to see in total darkness
 

The Cat S60 is a smartphone, a thermal camera, and an underwater camera all in one.
It runs on Android Marshmallow, and has a 3800mAh battery.
According to Caterpillar, the S60 is the first phone to contain an integrated thermal camera, using an embedded heat visualization device made by FLIR.
By creating an image that highlights temperature differences, the camera shows heat that is invisible to the naked eye.
The practical uses are expansive, from detecting heat loss around windows and doors to identifying overheating appliances, or flaws in insulation.
And, it can be used to see in total darkness.
‘The Cat S60 represents a milestone for smartphones. 
'We are excited for thermal technology to be in the hands of Cat phones customers and to discover the myriad of daily time and efficiency use cases it will present for them,’ said Peter Stephens, CEO of Bullitt Group, global mobile device licensee for Caterpillar.
The $600 Cat S60 has promised to give users a ¿sixth sense,¿ and with a strengthened die cast frame and the ability to function underwater for an hour at a depth of roughly 16 feet, it is essentially indestructible
The Cat S60 is a smartphone, a thermal camera, and an underwater camera all in one. It runs on Android Marshmallow, and has a 3800mAh battery. According to Caterpillar, the S60 is the first phone to contain an integrated thermal camera, using an embedded heat visualization device made by FLIR.

FLIR, a leading brand in thermal imaging technology, says this will bring smartphones to a new level, allowing users to see what they previously could not.
‘The Cat S60 presents mobile users around the world with new capabilities – a ‘sixth sense’ experience that only thermal imaging can offer,’ said Andy Teich, President and CEO of FLIR.
The S60 has a Gorilla Glass 4 display, and the touchscreen will work even if you have wet fingers, or are wearing gloves.
It has even been put to the test of military spec, proving to survive a drop of almost six feet.
The phone has been deemed the ‘world’s most waterproof smartphone,’ and the brand says it can be used underwater up to depths of around 16 feet for about an hour.
This technology also makes the S60 dustproof, opening up the door for a multitude of settings in which this phone could be used.
While the uses for construction workers or contractors are obvious, the versatility of thermal and underwater capabilities means potential benefits for anyone, from emergency responders to outdoor enthusiasts.
The S60 will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress, Feb 22- 28 in Barcelona.

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