Hello Teledyne FLIR Developers,
As we get ready to enter the final month of 2023, I would like to thank you for your partnership this year and look forward to even more collaborations in 2024.
Our focus this year has been on the new wireless FLIR ONE Edge models as well as the new connected G-Series cameras for Optical Gas Imaging. The adoption of these new cameras into the mobile app ecosystem has been tremendous and it will continue to increase.
The FLIR Mobile SDK keeps getting better and is now compatible with even more cameras to support the "Connected Workforce".
New Mobile SDK Version Now Released!
The Mobile SDK 2.0 is now available for approved developers via the Developer Hub. Here are some of the changes:
- [iOS] [Android] Added support for retrieving gas quantification data in thermal images taken with G-Series Optical Gas Imaging Cameras
- [iOS] [Android] Added support for new FLIR ONE Edge model
- [Android] Fixed missing Bluetooth permissions when discovering Meterlinks on Android 13
- [Android] Added `getTimeZoneTakenOffset()` to `ThermalImage` for retrieving time zone offset data in thermal images
- [Android] Added support for Gradle 8, Java 17, Android SDK API level 34 and latest stable Android Studio Giraffe, including support for version catalogs (toml) and Kotlin DSL compatibility
- [Android] Added APIs to work with scale/span and "region of interest" when live streaming with GLSurfaceView.
- ... Plus many fixes and improvements on both platforms
Developer Program Site and Registration Process
Not an approved developer yet? Visit the Mobile SDK Page for details and instructions.