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FLIR Provides Thermal Technology to Battle Oregon Wildfires Featured

FLIR Provides Thermal Technology to Battle Oregon Wildfires

In September, as a series of wildfires burned throughout Oregon and at times smoke filled the Portland area where FLIR headquarters are located, the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) called on our teams for assistance.

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The Wait is Over: Now is the Time to Buy Thermal

The Wait is Over: Now is the Time to Buy Thermal

It is officially Fall, the favorite season for hunters and outdoorsmen alike. Gear up with the world leading brand that brings you field tested, field proven thermal and night vision products.

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Three New Electrical Test and Measurement Meters with Thermal Imaging Product News;Top Feature

Three New Electrical Test and Measurement Meters with Thermal Imaging

FLIR announced three test and measurement tools with thermal imaging today that give electricians and heating, ventilation, HVAC/R pros a range of new equipment options.

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FLIR Continues Winning Streak at 2017 NMEA Conference

FLIR Continues Winning Streak at 2017 NMEA Conference

FLIR Maritime’s M-625CS Gyro-Stabilized Thermal Imaging Camera was recognized as the 2017 Product of Excellence in the Marine Cameras category at the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Annual Convention and Expo held in Bellevue, WA September 26 -28, 2017.

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Celebrating National Coffee Day with FLIR

Celebrating National Coffee Day with FLIR

Millions of cups of coffee are made and consumed each day around the world. But what would this every day activity look like using a FLIR HD Thermal Infrared Science Camera? Check out this fun video!

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African Parks Team Trialed FLIR Thermal-Equipped Drones to Monitor Elephants

African Parks Team Trialed FLIR Thermal-Equipped Drones to Monitor Elephants

Thermal cameras, which were donated by FLIR to World Wildlife Fund and to African Parks, the latter who manage Liwonde National Park, were tested over the course of several months to see if they could be used to help with preventing poaching. Combined with drones however, these cameras were effective in helping Liwonde Park staff respond to conflict situations when elephants broke through the fence, who were then able to be herded back into the park.

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