Sorry. We couldn’t resist. But FLIR sensors are on sale at the moment. And if you’re an Enterprise client (or just someone who really likes being able to capture thermal data), this sale is almost on fire.
FLIR has announced its new service facility located in Dubai right next to the Al Maktoum International Airport. The new facility will allow defense and industrial customers in the Middle East region to access a dedicated team if anything goes wrong.
FLIR Systems has announced it has acquired defense drone maker Altavian to better integrate its thermal cameras into commercial drones. The company’s drones already feature FLIR cameras, making it the perfect acquisition.
Okay. We promise not to make any more thermal jokes. But we did want to share that FLIR has some great Black Friday deals.
An image of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers holding a FLIR Back Hornet drone that was reportedly captured in northeast town of Tal Tamr, Syria. The drone was captured by two soldiers and is believed to be from the US armed forces.
FLIR has announced its latest product, the Hadron dual vision sensor module for drones. The new camera module has been produced to reduce development costs and speed how quickly manufacturers can integrate the sensor with their drones.