FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) today announced Boson™, its smallest, lightest, and least power-consuming, high-performance uncooled thermal camera for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Sized between FLIR’s Tau® and Lepton® camera cores, Boson is the first thermal camera core to incorporate a sophisticated, low-power multi-core vision processor running FLIR XIR™ expandable infrared video processing architecture. Continue reading ‘FLIR Systems Launches Next Generation High-Performance Uncooled Thermal Camera Core’
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WILSONVILLE, OR – October 22, 2015 – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) today announced the launch of the Fido® X2, the latest addition to its leading-edge Fido X-Series handheld explosives trace detectors (ETD). Offering high sensitivity at an accessible price, the easy-to-use Fido X2 features FLIR’s proprietary TrueTrace™ technology to quickly and accurately detect a broad range of chemicals used in the manufacture of homemade, commercial, and military explosives. Continue reading ‘FLIR Introduces Fido X2 Handheld Explosives Trace Detector’
Thermal imaging cameras (TIC) for firefighters used to be bulky, expensive and generally unreachable for small voluntary fire departments, of which the German state of Bavaria has so many. Fortunately, with the latest developments in thermal imaging technology, TICs like FLIR’s K50 camera, have become extremely attractive and affordable, even for small fire brigades. The fire department of the German city of Mühldorf has recently discovered the many benefits of FLIR’s firefighting camera.
The Mühldorf county fire department is a modern and professional team that takes the protection and security of its citizens Continue reading ‘FLIR THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS HELP MÜHLDORF COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENTS DELIVER FIRST-CLASS FIREFIGHTING SERVICES.’
FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) is pleased to announce a value-added promotion of a bonus FLIR ONE unit with the purchase of a K40 or K50 thermal imaging camera (TIC). This promotion began on November 1st and runs through the end of 2014.
FLIR K-Series cameras are high-resolution thermal imagers, specifically designed for the extreme heat and smoky conditions that firefighters encounter. Both the K40 and K50 offer a bright LCD display Continue reading ‘FLIR Offers Special Limited Time Promotion on Firefighting Cameras’
In addition to their general duties, firefighters based in Kalmthout – a village north of Antwerp in Belgium – are responsible for an environmentally sensitive nature reserve. Known as Kalmthout Heath, the 8,000 hectares site is home to many species of flora and fauna and it becomes particularly susceptive to fires in the hot and dry summer.
To ensure the force is best equipped to respond to any incident in the village or on the heath, thermal imaging has Continue reading ‘THERMAL IMAGING FOR MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS’
FLIR Systems is the world leader for thermal imaging cameras. Fire fighters are using thermal imaging cameras to protect their own lives and to save the lives of others.
The FLIR K50 is the perfect tool for fire fighters. Fire fighters of the future need to have access to the most modern equipment during their training. Thermal imaging cameras are a tool that will not only help fire fighters to save lives but to protect their own lives as well. Continue reading ‘FLIR Systems launches program for fire fighting training centers and fire fighting schools’
FLIR Systems is the world leader in thermal imaging and at Firex 2014 the company will be demonstrating how its fixed systems can cost-effectively protect people and assets. The FLIR A-Series are discrete, maintenance-free units that keep a constant infrared eye on the scene, providing instant alerts to any fire safety issue.
Universal plug-and-play compatibility is provided by standard GigEVision™ and GenICam™ protocols. The FLIR A-Series camera can therefore be fully configured from a PC, allowing Continue reading ‘Easy integration of infrared at FIREX 2014 London’
FLIR Systems has announced that the company is extending its special trade-in program that allows fire departments to receive an even better deal on the purchase of a new FLIR K-Series thermal imaging camera. This is possible by trading in and sending in any other qualifying make or model of firefighting thermal camera.
The program began earlier in 2013 when FLIR launched its new K-Series firefighting thermal imaging camera line. The program, which was due to expire December 31, 2013, will now remain in effect through the end of day June 30, 2014. Continue reading ‘FLIR extends trade-in program to June 30, 2014 for K-Series firefighting camera’