The OEM group at FLIR Systems is ready with products that can be "designed in," whether your application needs longwave, midwave, shortwave, near infrared or will cover the x-ray, ultraviolet or visible bands of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Infrared Camera Cores
From longwave to midwave to shortwave IR, FLIR's thermal camera cores are designed for easy and efficient integration into higher level assemblies and platforms.
FLIR offers solid state laser-based rangefinders that offer best-in-class performance for SWAP-centric applications and VCSEL-based IR illuminators that deliver speckle-free, highly efficient NIR/SWIR lighting.
FLIR offers driver vision enhancement systems: affordable, uncooled thermal cameras that give drivers the power to see clearly in total darkness, through smoke, blowing dust, and light fog. Its automated pedestrian and animal detection alarms give drivers visible hazard cues.
FLIR’s 2D and 3D stereo vision sensors for people counting and tracking provide highly accurate, real-time data to analyze human behavior in retail, transportation, security, smart buildings, and healthcare.
FLIR designs and manufactures a wide range of infrared and visible optical components and coatings, for applications in our own products and as a supplier of state-of-the-art technology to the EO/IR industry.
Today FLIR introduced the Automotive Development Kit (ADK) featuring our high-performance Boson thermal camera core. The ADK is an essential, cost-effective kit needed for the development of next-generation automotive thermal vision and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
FLIR’s revolutionary Lepton® thermal microcamera core, a longwave infrared core built small enough for smartphones and other mobile devices, now offers radiometry. The radiometric Lepton provides accurate non-contact temperature measurement data in every thermal image pixel.
Today FLIR announced a competition aimed at the ‘Maker’ community – gadget-making hobbyists – that will give five Makers a trip to Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas to pitch their projects (aka ‘makes’).