Thermal Sensors for Smarter Cars & Safer Roads

Automotive

Advanced Driver Assist Systems

Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) will revolutionize travel and transport while improving safety. Thermal cameras, along with other sensors, will be used to quickly detect and classify hazards in the road, increasing safety for passengers and pedestrians. As a leading OEM to Tier 1 automotive suppliers for 10+ years, FLIR has the reputation of delivering high performance, reliable night vision systems for pedestrian and animal detection. Developed with this expertise, the new FLIR ADK is a low cost, easy to install development kit that can be used to quickly demonstrate the for strength of thermal sensors for use in autonomous driving.

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FLIR ADK

Built around the revolutionary FLIR Boson® thermal camera core, the FLIR ADK™ is a cost-effective way to develop the next generation of automotive thermal vision and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Thermal imaging is the best sensor technology for pedestrian detection, identifying people in cluttered environments and giving analytics the critical information needed for automated decisions.

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Why Thermal?

Thermal cameras provide the ability to classify and identify objects at high speeds, in the dark, and through obscurants (smoke, sun glare, fog) 24 hours a day. Because they see heat, they have a unique ability to identify people and animals better than other ADAS sensor technologies. Including thermal in the suite of ADAS sensors increases the driving system’ situational awareness, making the system more reliable.

 

Detect and identify people and animals in cluttered environments

Detect and identify people and animals in cluttered environments

 

See clearly in challenging light conditions

See clearly in challenging light conditions

 
See further than high beams

See further than high beams

Why FLIR?

FLIR has been a leading OEM to Tier 1 automotive suppliers for 10+ years, supplying reliable night vision for pedestrian and animal protection. Close to half a million thermal sensors from FLIR are on the roads today, making the roads safer. Fire rescue, recreational vehicles, maritime and unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) all benefit from seeing in total darkness offering more time to react to pedestrians, cars, animals and virtually any other hazard to avoid an accident. To learn more about our aftermarket products, check out the PathFindIR II.