FLIR Systems is pleased to introduce UltraMax technology for its range of Tsc-Series handheld research and science cameras. With the new UltraMax feature, researchers will be able to further improve the resolution of native thermal images for even greater clarity and a higher level of temperature measurement accuracy.
The International Antarctic Expedition is an expedition and leadership program hosted by polar explorer, public speaker and environmental leader Robert Swan, OBE and the 2041 Foundation. FLIR provided a Scout BTS thermal camera for the expedition. For images and more about the expedition check out the report from Elke Roelant.
Raymarine LightHouse II Release 14 offers multiple tools to help sailors determine the quickest, most efficient ways to navigate while racing or cruising. The free update is available for Raymarine aSeries, cSeries, eSeries, gS Series, and the new eS Series line of high performance MFDs.
3.5 Trillion Cubic Feet of Natural Gas – that’s the global opportunity for FLIR Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras to find each year. If you think that’s a lot, it is – $30,000,000,000 worth. Those leaks would match Norway as the 7th largest producer of gas according to the New York Times.
Built for easy, one-handed operation, the FLIR K45 TIC features five video modes with Flexible Scene Enhancement (FSX) for ultra-crisp thermal images in the darkest, smokiest environments. And at less than $4,200, the FLIR K45 is affordable enough to be on every truck.