Tag Archives: Flir

FLIR Systems acquires DVTEL for $92M

flirFLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced today that it has acquired DVTEL, Inc. (“DVTEL”), a leader in software and hardware technologies for advanced video surveillance, for approximately $92 million in cash. Continue reading FLIR Systems acquires DVTEL for $92M

Advertisements

FLIR to showcase affordable thermal security camera at IFSEC 2015

41886.8515

FLIR Systems will presents its new TCX Thermal Mini Bullet camera at this year’s IFSEC exhibition in London. The FLIR TCX security camera combines 24/7 high-contrast thermal video and high-performance built-in video motion detection with a level of affordability that the industry has never seen. FLIR TCX is powered by the company’s revolutionary Lepton camera core. Continue reading FLIR to showcase affordable thermal security camera at IFSEC 2015

Thai’s Digital Focus adds FLIR thermal cameras and Firetide solutions

194188_206949352653508_7575943_o

The exclusive distributor for Hikvision, Digital Focus continues to move up in the high-end project market in Thailand. In order to differentiate itself from others and also consolidate its share in the high-end market, the company has started to represent FLIR thermal cameras and the wireless technologies from Firetide. On the other hand, to maintain its territory in the mid-to-low-end market, Digital Focus also promotes the Jigami (OEM brand) product line from Hikvision to provide market quality products and services, according to Somchai Prajaksoot, MD of Digital Focus.

Continue reading Thai’s Digital Focus adds FLIR thermal cameras and Firetide solutions

FLIR launches new firefighting camera

flir

FLIR Systems announces the launch of a new range of thermal imaging cameras designed for use in firefighting applications. FLIR’s latest addition to its suite of thermal imaging firefighting cameras, the new K55 incorporates FLIR’s revolutionary Flexible Scene Enhancement (FSX) technology to produce ultra-crisp thermal imagery. The on-board video recording function is ideal for evidence gathering and training purposes. Part of FLIR’s K-Series family of thermal cameras, the K55 will allow firefighters to see even better in total darkness or in smoke-filled rooms. Continue reading FLIR launches new firefighting camera

FLIR APAC partners up to penetrate Chinese Market

flir

FLIR Systems is no stranger to the Chinese market — their thermography products have been present in the country for more than 20 years; however, they have only been present as a security entity for the last 10. In the last three years, FLIR has been focused on developing their distribution channels within China. Continue reading FLIR APAC partners up to penetrate Chinese Market

FLIR Systems introduces its NVR line-up with Cloud connectivity

flir-dnr500-angle_11706487

FLIR Systems announces the introduction of its next generation NVR line-up with FLIR Cloud connectivity. The new DNR400 and DNR500 Series NVRs make remote connection easier than ever before with a set-up time of less than three minutes via three easy steps. Simply download the free app for iOS / Android, scan the QR code on the NVR, enter a password and instantly view live video! There is no complex router configuration as the cloud-based service creates a secure handshake between the NVR and the mobile device. Continue reading FLIR Systems introduces its NVR line-up with Cloud connectivity

FLIR Releases Muon Thermal Imaging Camera Core for OEMs

49

FLIR Systems announced today its latest thermal imaging core, Muon, a product which dramatically simplifies the integration of thermal imaging capabilities for OEM customers.

The new Muon core lowers costs and simplifies the thermal imaging integration by providing a plug-in module with calibrated video output using industry-standard interfaces. To minimize system design complications, the Muon is designed to operate on standard imaging device power and communication protocols.

Muon is based on FLIR’s latest high volume wafer-scale packaged detector technology and is available in multiple resolutions up to and including VGA. Optimized for size, weight, power, and cost (SwaP-c), Muon has a form factor of 22 mm x 22 mm x 6 mm, a mass of less than 5 grams, and depending on the configuration, uses less than 300mW of power.

It’s the latest milestone from FLIR’s OEM and Emerging Segment, which is recognized as the leader in the merchant supply of thermal imaging camera cores to an increasingly expanding market. FLIR’s OEM group introduced the industry’s first small microbolometer camera (the Alpha) in 1999, and has since launched five industry-leading successor products, Omega, Photon, Tau, Quark, and most recently, Lepton.

“Muon provides an optimal solution for OEM customers who want to develop their own thermal camera systems at lower cost,” said Andy Teich, FLIR President and CEO. “Muon utilizes several low-cost, high volume technologies that were first deployed in our Lepton core launched earlier this year. With a focus on ease of integration, Muon is yet another example of FLIR’s industry-leading innovation in the area of thermal imaging technology.”

To learn more about FLIR MUON, visit www.flir.com/muon.