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World Wildlife Fund expands use of FLIR thermal technology for Anti-Poaching to Kenya
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World Wildlife Fund expands use of FLIR thermal technology for Anti-Poaching to Kenya

With Earth Day this weekend, we’re excited to report that the WWF is expanding its use of FLIR’s thermal technology to a major wildlife park in Kenya, which is home to a high-risk rhino nursery. FLIR and WWF continue to work together to combat poachers, whose efforts are widespread in these regions, poaching precious animals regardless of endangerment status or the global economic and environmental ramifications. 

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FLIR Lepton: One Million Produced and More to Come
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FLIR Lepton: One Million Produced and More to Come

Earlier today, FLIR announced that it has produced its one millionth FLIR Lepton® microcamera core. The world’s smallest, microbolometer-based thermal imaging camera module is now also the world’s most widely deployed microbolometer thermal camera module ever produced.

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U.S. Coast Guard Selects FLIR and Raymarine
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U.S. Coast Guard Selects FLIR and Raymarine

FLIR has been awarded a $50 million contract from the U.S. Coast Guard for integrated navigation electronics under the U.S. Coast Guard’s Scalable Integrated Navigation Systems 2 (SINS-2) program. As part of the contract, FLIR will provide electronics systems that will be standard fit on over 2,000 U.S. Coast Guard vessels, ranging from small-class boats through large cutter-class vessels.

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FLIR Launches Multiple New Thermal and Visible Security Cameras and United VMS 8.0
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FLIR Launches Multiple New Thermal and Visible Security Cameras and United VMS 8.0

Today FLIR announced four new security products, solidifying our position in professional security and perimeter protection by offering our customer more fulsome, one-stop-shop turnkey solutions.

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How the World Wildlife Fund Uses Thermal-Equipped Drones in Africa
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How the World Wildlife Fund Uses Thermal-Equipped Drones in Africa

George Powell, Director of Wildlife Conservation at World Wildlife Fund shares how they are using drones equipped with thermal to aid the organization's research and conservation efforts of large and endangered species in Africa.

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5 Advancements in the New FLIR Exx-Series Thermal Cameras
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5 Advancements in the New FLIR Exx-Series Thermal Cameras

Earlier today, FLIR announced the completely redesigned Exx-Series of advanced thermal imaging cameras for electro-mechanical, plant, and building maintenance professionals. With three new models – the FLIR E95, E85 and E75 - that offer a range of resolution capabilities, the cameras are a generational, technological leap that will help make it easier and faster for professionals to find heat-related trouble spots and fix them before they become big, costly problems.

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