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MLR 4K

Flir EOC has introduces the MLR 4K laser rangefinder, a SWaP- optimised, military grade ER:glass solid state laser rangefinder.

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Thermal imaging camera helps improve hypersonic aerodynamic designs

For the purpose of space exploration and aircraft technologies, researchers have explored travelling at hypersonic speeds, which entails attaining speeds over Mach 5, more than five times the speed of sound. This puts a huge strain on the aerodynamic and thermal designs of vessels and components. To test components and their capability to withstand airflows at such velocities, the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom have combined their hypersonic wind tunnel with a thermal imaging camera from FLIR Systems.

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Thermal Imaging Helps Lessen the Environmental Impact of Landfill Site

A new report from FLIR Systems describes how Norwegian waste treatment company - Lindum Ressurs og Gjenvinning AS has successfully implemented a FLIR GF320 gas camera to spot methane leaks, prevent uncontrolled gas venting and keep the air clean at and around its landfill sites. Using the FLIR camera as both a maintenance and safety tool - Lindum has made estimated savings of more than Euro 12,000 per year and has been able to reduce the foul odour nuisance considerably.

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Flir SC655

The Flir SC655 is a high-resolution uncooled thermal imaging camera designed to monitor the thermal efficiency of a development project

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FlirGF320

Available now from Flir Advanced Thermal Solutions the Flir GF320 is an optical gas imaging camera designed to help the oil and gas industry better control hydrocarbon emissions

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