FREE for Apple™ iOS Devices Meer, Belgium — FLIR Systems has announced a free dynamic iBook version of its popular Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Professional Guide for use on Apple™ iPad/iPhone devices. Now available in an easily accessed and flexible iBook format, the Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Professional Guide will enable users to quickly gain a greater understanding of optical gas imaging technology and how it can help you find and repair gas leaks quickly, saving time, money, and the environment. In addition, the iBook Optical Gas …read moreContinue reading →
MoviTHERM has been invited as a guest speaker for Herrmann Ultrasonics Technology Day 2016 on September 29th, 2016 in Irvine, CA.
Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc. is expanding its operations to the west coast. The company is hosting an all day technology workshop at its new location in Irvine, CA. John Cabrer, Senior Systems Engineer at MoviTHERM will be presenting two sessions.
The location of the event is at:
Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc.
188-M Technology Drive
Irvine, CA 92618
The workshop is free of charge. For reservations, please contact Herrmann Ultrasonics using the phone number or email address provided above. Please reserve before September 22nd, 2016.
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August 29, 2016 – FLIR Systems, Inc. announced new improved A35/A65 thermal imaging temperature sensors for machine vision.
Designed for process control and quality assurance – but applicable to condition monitoring and fire prevention as well – the upgraded A35 and A65 cameras can help processes run smoother. The A35 and A65 include greater vibration specifications to survive harsher conditions. The cameras are available with 10 field-of-view options, from 8 degrees up to 90 degrees, to give users the option to pinpoint a single target or monitor a large area. The A35 and A65 are the leaders in digital communication …read moreContinue reading →
Dracorex EO+IR Sensor Blended thermal imaging/Electro optical weapon sight
The Dracorex is a technological breakthrough in the world of advanced imaging and night vision, the System is a calibrated, fully boresightable scope system that incorporates the
latest in thermal infrared FLIR imaging technology as well as high resolution and sensitivity EO Imager. The Dracorex performs pixel on pixel digital image sensor fusion which
Blensd and stiched both of these key sensors and presents the user with one userable deatiled image.
The Vanguqrd can be used as a hand held sensor fused EOIR obervation device or as a weapins mounted digital Fusion scope.
The user has …read moreContinue reading →
With the Star SAFIRE 380-HDc FLIR video captured the Lockheed Martin F-35 using the FLIR 380-HDc at the Farnborough International Air Show! Star SAFIRE 380-HDc Long Range Performance in a Compact System Introducing the Star SAFIRE 380-HDc, the first in a new class of compact, high performance, stabilized, HD imaging systems specifically engineered for helicopter ISR operators. Star SAFIRE 380-HDc provides an unmatched SWaP-C advantage for airborne applications that demand high performance ISR in a light-weight, compact package. Specifically tailored to excel at long range performance under extreme rotary …read moreContinue reading →
The ELANUS Multi Spectral Observation System Cooled MWIR Thermal Breaks New Ground In COTS Lightweight Handheld Multispectral Observation Binoculars.
The ELANUS Multi Spectral Observation System Cooled MWIR is a NEW commercial off the shelf handheld binocular system that expands the brings increased capabilities to todays war fighters. The ELANUS combines the latest in imaging sensors and SWaP design practices to create a mature “COTS” solution that exceeds the performance standards of past and currently fielded handheld multispectral devices. ELANUS uses the most advanced technologies to provide a lightweight handheld multispectral binocular observation system that has unprecedented day and night capabilities.
The …read more
We have taken yet another step to improve the quality of the services delivered to our customers with the introduction of our Flir T1K. This groundbreaking camera offers the highest resolution on the market in a portable system, and Thermal Vision are the first thermographic consultancy to introduce this to the Irish Market.
With an incredible resolution of 1024×768 this true HD camera offers twice the sensitivity of industry standard cameras. The model we have acquired includes a high speed interface for radiometric streaming to a laptop at speeds of up to 250 frames per second, allowing detailed analysis for even …read moreContinue reading →
We’re excited to be at Cigre this week and proud to show off the new ThermalSpection 724 (TS724) system for monitoring and analyzing thermal trends remotely!
The new TS724DV-PT solution allows for automated, continuous thermal and visual imaging for multiple, distant substation and industrial assets from a central location. The system includes a substation hardened enclosure with thermal and visual imagers mounted on a pan-tilt positioner. Since this system includes a stainless steel junction box and cable, installers only need to bring power and communications to the junction box!
Applications for this system include:
Substations and electrical switchgear monitoring of bushings, isolators, …read moreContinue reading →
Thermal Vision Research brings award-winning MoviTHERM MIO Series to UK, instantly turning FLIR cameras into complete heat monitoring systems.
Specialist stockist of thermal imaging technology, Thermal Vision Research (TVR) has just signed the first UK distributor deal for the award-winning MoviTHERM MIO Series modules for FLIR cameras, with California-based thermography business MoviTHERM.
TVR saw an opportunity to introduce this new technology to the UK market, potentially saving FLIR camera users thousands of pounds on acquiring and maintaining complex supporting infrastructure.
Launched in April 2016 and already the winner of the Innovators Award 2016*, the MoviTHERM MIO Series Intelligent I/O module turns FLIR cameras …read moreContinue reading →