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FLIR to be supplied to US army

The contract was awarded to Leonardo DRS who are a supplier of air combat training systems, land electronics and naval power systems. The contract outlined that there needed to be a delivery of “second-generation forward-looking infrared (SG-FLIR) sights for combat vehicles” along with infrared sensors that support surveillance and fire control for several ground combat vehicles.

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Comments | Posted By Chris Bird

Home Uses

Complexity of FLIR Thermal Fences can range from one thermal security camera and some detection/video analytics software to dozens of thermal cameras spanning miles that work with traditional CCTV cameras (or other detection methods) and that is fully integrated into your security software.

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

Home Uses

Armed with the knowledge of the heat differences between objects, FLIR Thermal cameras can be used for all kinds of uses around the home. We break down some of the ways you could use your FLIR Thermal camera here

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR used to help Firefighters

The fire department of the German town of Mühldorf has recently discovered the various advantages of owning a FLIR thermal camera.

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR UK SQUIRREL-CONSERVATION

FLIR thermal camera biggest advantage is the range they offer. Added range give security professionals more time to react to security threats. Because thermal cameras detect the tiny differences in heat, and because this heat is much easier to detect long ranges compared to visible light thermal cameras have a clear advantage.

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR UK SQUIRREL-CONSERVATION

The population of Grey squirrels has exploded, much to the detriment of the native UK red squirrels. One of the most important tools conservationists have used is a FLIR Scout Camera

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR UK Deer Management

A thermal imaging camera is not the only tool used for tracking wildlife, but in combination with other equipment for deer stalking it is however a very useful addition.As well as deer, Thermal cameras can be used to track all kinds of wildlife, such a rabbits, foxes or to find rats or other pests.

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR Used to Monitor Falcons

A team at Nottingham Trent University is using the FLIR camera to investigate whether the birds are bringing freshly killed prey back to the nest or food which has been killed earlier and stored away from the nest.

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR Thermal Cameras used at Airports

With the growing threat of terrorist attacks, airports all over the globe are installing FLIR’s thermal security cameras in addition to regular CCTV to keep cameras to keep travellers, airport representatives, and cargo safe.

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

FLIR used to show camp fire

The new Scout TK combines the portability and low price of the FLIR ONE with the form factor and functionality of the Scout Series – a mash up we think is the best of both worlds!

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Comments | Posted in FLIR By Joe Marshall

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