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Hazardous Materials Response Equipment

July 8, 2016

Among the highest threats to officers on duty are hazardous materials and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive dangers, also known as CBRNE. Many of these dangers can go unseen or are difficult to identify just by looking at them.

Fido X2

June 23, 2016
At less than 1.5 pounds, Fido X2 is an ultra-lightweight, handheld explosives trace detector (ETD).

FLIR Systems to Power the New Cat S60, the World's First Thermal Imaging Smartphone

February 24, 2016
FLIR Systems Inc. announced that Bullitt Group will integrate FLIR's Lepton microcamera in the new Cat S60, creating the world's first thermal imaging smartphone.

FLIR and DJI Announce Collaboration for Commercial Drones with Thermal Imaging

December 10, 2015
FLIR Systems, Inc. today announced a new technology collaboration with established drone industry company DJI Innovations. Under the strategic arrangement, the companies also announced plans to develop their first joint product.

Fido X2

November 4, 2015
At less than 1.5 pounds, Fido X2 is an ultra-lightweight, handheld explosives trace detector (ETD).

IACP 2015

October 28, 2015

Here's a look at a few of the products POLICE Magazine saw at this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Chicago on the trade show floor Oct. 25-27. 

LS-Series

April 24, 2015
The rugged FLIR LS-Series Thermal Night Vision Monocular is ready for everyday law enforcement and surveillance.

SHOT Show 2015: FLIR Launches New Thermal Camera for Law Enforcement

January 20, 2015
The newest and most advanced cameras in the field-proven LS series,FLIR's new LS-X and LS-XR feature enhanced high resolution color displays, extended range performance and video output for recording and external displays.

FLIR LS-Series

October 17, 2014
The rugged FLIR LS-Series Thermal Night Vision Monocular is ready for everyday law enforcement and surveillance. IACP Booth # 721

Explosives Detection In Hand

August 1, 2014

Thanks to improved technology, trace explosives detectors are now smaller and easier to use. These handheld devices are sized to fit in a cargo pocket and can detect the smallest amounts of explosive materials and the precursors used to make bombs.

FLIR Debuts New PathFindIR Night Vision Camera

April 10, 2014
FLIR Systems has released its new PathFindIR II thermal night vision system to be used in vehicles to provide automated detection and alerts of pedestrians and animals.

Hand-Held Substance Detectors for Patrol

June 26, 2013

The technologies that detect the presence of unknown substances aren't just for specialized units anymore. More individual police officers are using these devices as they become more advanced, portable, and suitable for everyday use.

Harlem Shake: FLIR Thermal Style

May 16, 2013
This Harlem Shake was shot with a FLIR SC6100 thermal imager at the Infrared Training Center in Nashua, N.H. Members of the FLIR, Extech, and Raymarine teams appear in the video.

Night Vision Devices

March 14, 2013

Night-vision devices bring high-tech capabilities to surveillance operations or tactical scenarios. This technology, which was once available only to the U.S. military, has become much more affordable to law enforcement. Read our feature, "20 Things You Need to Know About Night Vision." Photos courtesy of vendors.

20 Things You Need to Know About Night Vision

March 14, 2013

Night vision tools are less ubiquitous in law enforcement, but as prices fall, they are becoming more common. Yet many law enforcement officers are still confused about what night vision can and can't do and what they need to know before buying it.

Distributor Agreement with FLIR

January 8, 2013
Night Vision Depot proudly announces a strategic partnership and designation as a channel distributor for FLIR Systems, Inc. "We are extremely pleased at the prospect to work with FLIR Systems as a channel distributor," said Bill Grube, Night Vision Depot's president. SHOT Show Booth #15174

Police Product Test: FLIR Systems BHS Thermal Camera and Recorder

September 20, 2012

The BHS series Bi-Ocular System's rugged design allows heavy use in all climates, so it can be used by any agency, any time of year. Because it's all weather sealed, the unit is even submersible when fitted with one of three quick connect lenses (35mm, 65mm, 100mm).

FLIR Systems Pitches Driver's Thermal Vision System To Law Enforcement

June 20, 2012
FLIR Systems, Inc has developed a lightweight driver's thermal vision system (DTVS) driver's camera designed to enhance driver safety and awareness that the company will sell to law enforcement agencies.

Thermal Imaging

March 2, 2012

A high-end thermal imaging system such as FLIR's Star SAFIRE HD offers law enforcement officers a powerful search tool for detecting heat-emitting objects across large search areas. The system offers a high-definition infrared camera mounted to an airborne unit that produces both EO (electro-optic) color and IR (infrared) white-hot images. Photos courtesy of FLIR Systems.

Seeing in the Dark: Night Vision

March 15, 2011

Night vision gear is still a lot more expensive than a flashlight, even though prices are falling and the gear is more portable and better-performing than ever before.

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