The Evolution of Infrared Analysis
FLIR Research Studio 3.1 is more than just software; it's a leap forward in infrared analysis. The video delves into Research Studio's latest features, including visible and infrared fusion and enhanced imaging capabilities, illustrating how it's catering to the increasing demand for advanced infrared analysis in fields like PCB and battery system design.
Making Infrared Accessible
FLIR's introduction of a low-cost package for battery research and electronic design marks a pivotal shift in the industry. This package, featuring the FLIR A6700 MWIR Science-Grade Camera and other essential tools, makes high-precision infrared technology accessible to a broader range of researchers, transforming how we approach electronics design and inspection.
Optics that Redefine Efficiency
The FLIR Optics Suite for Cooled Thermal Cameras is a game-changer. By allowing the sharing of optics across various FLIR cooled thermal cameras, this suite offers flexibility, performance, and significant cost savings. This video highlights how the suite includes Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR), Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR), and specialized lenses, revolutionizing the field of infrared testing.
Connecting Global Research Teams
In a world where collaboration is key, FLIR Research Studio and Ignite bridge the gap. This video focuses on how these tools enable teams worldwide to store, share, and analyze radiometric JPEG images online. This functionality is crucial for global teams, facilitating efficient report generation and presentation of results. Using the FLIR X8580 HD InSb camera, this live demonstration showcased its incredible detail capture capabilities. Get a firsthand look at how the camera, coupled with a 50mm lens, could inspect a printed circuit board with remarkable clarity.
The Evolving Role of Infrared Technology in Defense Research
Highlights of FLIR's advancements in developing sophisticated infrared cameras and software, particularly the X and RS Series. These tools are not just about capturing images; they are essential for applications ranging from target tracking to thermal transient analysis.
FLIR: The Complete Infrared Solution for R&D and Science
Many research teams today have multiple IR cameras they use when testing including, uncooled microbolometers and high performance cryocooled thermal cameras. FLIR’s portfolio of R&D and Science solutions includes infrared cameras, filter options, and optics. As well as FLIR Research Studio, which is a critical part of this offering.