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Harlem Shake: FLIR Thermal Style

Harlem Shake: FLIR Thermal Style

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.

Distributor Agreement with FLIR

Distributor Agreement with FLIR

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

Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging

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.

FLIR Debuts New PathFindIR Night Vision Camera

FLIR Debuts New PathFindIR Night Vision Camera

FLIR Systems has released its new PathFindIR II thermal night vision system. With the latest video analytics algorithms, PathFindIR II provides automated detection

FLIR Systems Introduces H-Series Hand-held Thermal Cameras

FLIR Systems Introduces H-Series Hand-held Thermal Cameras

FLIR Systems of Portland, Ore., has announced the launch of the H-Series line of hand-held law enforcement thermal imaging cameras that feature several new tactical features and four times the resolution of competing systems, according to the company. The H-Series thermal cameras, developed by FLIR's Commercial Vision Systems Division

Thermal Imagery of Boston Bombing Suspect

Thermal Imagery of Boston Bombing Suspect

A Massachusetts State Police helicopter equipped with a FLIR camera captured Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's final moments hiding in a boat before police arrested him Friday. Read the full story here.

FLIR Systems Introduces Ultra 9HD Airborne Thermal Camera

FLIR Systems Introduces Ultra 9HD Airborne Thermal Camera

FLIR Systems of Portland, Ore., has introduced of the Ultra 9HD, the latest generation of its Ultra series of airborne thermal imaging systems. The 9-inch EO/IR imaging system is designed for airborne law enforcement platforms. Ultra 9HD features FLIR's large-format 640x480 InSb thermal imaging array with a 1.2-degree narrow field

Airborne Patrol With the Pomona PD

Airborne Patrol With the Pomona PD

The Pomona (Calif.) Police Department gives a tour of their MD-500E, a four-passenger helicopter used to assist ground patrol units. The aircraft reaches a top speed of 145 mph and includes a FLIR infrared system.

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

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. The DTVS system will be on display on vehicles from Hobson Industries and Ricardo at the 2012 Defense Vehicle Dynamics (DVD) held in Millbrook, United Kingdom to facilitate user

FLIR Introduces Bi-Ocular Hand-held Thermal Imager

FLIR Introduces Bi-Ocular Hand-held Thermal Imager

FLIR Systems Inc. has added the BHS-Series Bi-Ocular thermal imaging camera to its handheld H-Series line of imagers for law enforcement, according to the company. With the BHS-Series Bi-Ocular camera, officers can see in total darkness, through smoke, dust, light fog, as well as through light camouflage and foliage in any lighting conditions and at even greater ranges than before

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