FLIR’s M625 Thermal Imaging Camera System was
recognized at the 2015 Product of Excellence in the Marine Cameras category at
the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Annual Convention and Expo
held in Baltimore, MD October 29 through November 1, 2015.
Marc Modoski of Field and Stream recently reviewed the Dragonfly 5 Pro Sonar/GPS. The Dragonfly impressed Marc with its crisp CHIRP DownVision and Navionics mapping capability. Marc concluded ““The Dragonfly series is an obvious choice for anyone looking for reliable, high-end sonar without having to invest a month’s pay.”
FLIR Systems, Inc. announced the release of the FC-Series ID thermal security cameras, the latest models in its FC-Series line. The FC-Series ID thermal cameras combine built-in analytics for high performance intrusion detection, industry-leading image quality designed for high-end commercial users and an expanded selection of high-performance lenses to suit a wide range of applications.
FLIR is excited to partner up with Chip Ganassi Racing this weekend for the upcoming Sylvania 300 in Loudon, New Hampshire, part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. This is the first NASCAR sponsorship for FLIR, and we’ll be posting all kinds of great images and video leading up to the race on Sunday!
Following the introduction of the popular FLIR Vue earlier in 2015, the new FLIR Vue Pro delivers expanded capabilities to sUAS operators by delivering precision thermal imaging, enhanced data collection capabilities, in-flight control of a variety of camera functions, and easy set-up with mobile apps.
Raymarine Pro Ambassador Chris Zaldain of San Jose, California dominated the Bassmaster Elite Series Angler of the Year Championship Tournament held last weekend in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Chris took the bait amongst the top 50 anglers in the country with a final total catch of 53.4 pounds, beating the next closest competitor by nearly three pounds.