The World’s Sixth Sense…
FLIR thermal imaging systems use state-of-the-art infrared imaging technology that detects infrared radiation – or heat – enabling the user to see in total darkness, in practically all weather conditions.
- Safety and security – thermal imaging work night and day, in total darkness or bright sunlight, through smoke, dust, and even light fog to keep your safe from hazards and threats.
- Collision Avoidance – see natural and man-made hazard, such as floating debris, rocks, ice, land, bridge, abutments, and other vessels
- Finding People Overboard – thermal night vision helps you find a person in the water faster than any other night vision technology
- Easy to use – FLIR cameras and thermal video is incredibly intuitive and easy to understand. Quite simply, what you see is what you get.
We want to propose you following cameras:
- Ocean Scout – a handled thermal night vision camera
- LS-series – handheld thermal night vision for law enforcement
- BHM-series – thermal imaging handheld with interchangeable lenses and bi-ocular vision
- MD-series – compact, lightweight, fixed-mount thermal imager
- M-series – pan and tilt, single and dual sensor camera system with available gyro-stabilization
- M400 – high performance, long-range, multi-sensor system with advanced radar and video tracking options
- MV/MU-series – super long-range, multi-sensor systems with thermal, lowlight and color camera options
- Seeing in total darkness in a maritime environment
- Simply navigating oil tankers through icy waters
- Safety outdoor activities and wildlife observations
Being able to see in the darkest of nights is an advantage not only for marine industry but also for every nature explorer and outdoor enthusiast. Compact, lightweight FLIR thermal imaging cameras provide clear, crisp thermal imagery from dawn to dusk and through the dead of night.