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Adds to Existing $57.9M IDIQ Contract for Sustainment Activity across All FLIR Unmanned Ground Systems

ARLINGTON, Va., January 26, 2021 ― FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced it has received an additional $30.1 million contract from the United States (U.S.) Army for sustainment efforts tied in part to the service’s Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II (MTRS Inc. II) and Common Robotic System-Heavy (CRS-H) ground robot programs. The award raises the maximum value on the company’s existing Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to $88 million, covering maintenance, parts and overall sustainment support for the entire FLIR unmanned ground systems family of small, medium and large robots used by the Army.

“We’re proud to be supporting the U.S. Army on two vital programs of record designed to confront a new generation of threats on the battlefield,” said Tom Frost, VP for Unmanned Ground Systems in the Unmanned and Integrated Solutions business at FLIR. “From the Kobra™ and Centaur® platforms to our smaller PackBot® and FirstLook® robots, we are well positioned to provide high-quality, cost-effective sustainment efforts over these systems’ lifespan and deliver lifesaving robotic technology to America’s warfighters.”

In 2019, the Army selected the FLIR Kobra robot as its CRS-H platform. The five-year production contract is worth up to $109 million to build upwards of 350 unmanned ground vehicles. In November, the Army announced it had begun fielding CRS-H. Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams will use the system to perform a range of missions, such as disarming vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices and other heavy-duty jobs. Modular payloads can be added for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) detection and other tasks.

In 2017, the Army selected the medium-sized Centaur robot as its MTRS Inc. II solution. FLIR is delivering systems under that multi-year program of record, valued at more than $150 million upon award, including options. Since then, other U.S. military branches have opted to deploy Centaur as well.

Over the last year, FLIR has announced multiple orders totaling nearly $100 million for more than 750 Centaur unmanned ground systems from the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps. In addition to its use for bomb disposal efforts, Centaur operators can quickly attach different sensors and payloads to the robot to address other missions, including CBRN threats.

For more on FLIR Unmanned Ground Systems platforms, visit www.flir.com/UIS/UGS.

About FLIR Systems, Inc.

Founded in 1978, FLIR Systems is a world-leading technology company focused on intelligent sensing solutions for defense and industrial applications. Our vision is to be “The World’s Sixth Sense,” creating and advancing technologies to help professionals make better, faster decisions that save lives and livelihoods. For more information, please visit www.flir.com and follow @flir.

Initial shipments of new FLIR A400/A700 thermal sensor solution to be prioritised for entities working to mitigate the spread of COVID-19     

FLIR Systems has launched the FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor and Thermal Image Streaming fixed camera solutions for monitoring equipment, production lines, critical infrastructure and screening for elevated skin temperatures.

These highly configurable smart camera systems provide accurate, non-contact temperature monitoring across a wide range of disciplines: manufacturing process control, product development, emissions monitoring, waste management, facilities maintenance, and Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) improvements.

FLIR launches Thermal Smart Sensor solution for temperature screening

The FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor solution initially will be prioritised for those responding to COVID-19. For all applications, the series offers multi-image streaming, edge computing, and Wi-Fi connectivity to help speed data flow and enable faster decisions, improving productivity and safety for professionals.

FLIR designed the A400/A700 cameras with two configurations to better meet application-specific needs. The Thermal Smart Sensor configuration, recommended for measuring elevated skin temperatures, incorporates advanced measurement tools and alarms with edge computing to enable faster critical decisions.

The Image Streaming configuration provides multiple thermal streaming capabilities to help optimise process control, improve quality assurance, or identify potential failures that could shut down a production line.

Users design their systems by choosing either the Smart Sensor or Imaging Streaming configurations, selecting either the A400 or A700 camera body based on the resolutions they need, and then adding lenses and a range of optional features to fit their application.

“For more than 40 years, FLIR thermal imaging has provided technologies for professionals to improve not only their capabilities, but also their safety on the job,” says Jim Cannon, President and CEO at FLIR.

“As the world works together to face the global COVID-19 pandemic, given the need for this technology, FLIR will prioritise initial deliveries of this new A-series camera to professionals using it in elevated skin temperature screening as an adjunct to other elevated body temperature screening tools to help to fight the spread of the virus.”

Also, FLIR currently is in beta testing for an automated elevated skin temperature screening software solution that is fully integrated with its United States Food and Drug Administration-certified thermal cameras. The solution is designed to rapidly increase the accuracy, ease-of-use, and speed of existing screening procedures. FLIR will share an announcement about its solution in Q2 2020.

Initial Shipments of New FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Sensor Solution to be Prioritized for Entities Working to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 Virus

ARLINGTON, Va. March 31, 2020 – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) today announced the FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor and Thermal Image Streaming fixed camera solutions for monitoring equipment, production lines, critical infrastructure, and screening for elevated skin temperatures. These highly configurable smart camera systems provide accurate, non-contact temperature monitoring across a wide range of disciplines: manufacturing process control, product development, emissions monitoring, waste management, facilities maintenance, and Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) improvements. The FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor solution initially will be prioritized for those responding to COVID-19. For all applications, the series offers multi-image streaming, edge computing, and Wi-Fi connectivity to help speed data flow and enable faster decisions, improving productivity and safety for professionals.

FLIR designed the A400/A700 cameras with two configurations to better meet application-specific needs. The Thermal Smart Sensor configuration, recommended for measuring elevated skin temperatures, incorporates advanced measurement tools and alarms with edge computing to enable faster critical decisions. The Image Streaming configuration provides multiple thermal streaming capabilities to help optimize process control, improve quality assurance, or identify potential failures that could shut down a production line.

Users design their systems by choosing either the Smart Sensor or Imaging Streaming configurations, selecting either the A400 or A700 camera body based on the resolutions they need, and then adding lenses and a range of optional features to fit their application.

“For more than 40 years, FLIR thermal imaging has provided technologies for professionals to improve not only their capabilities, but also their safety on the job,” says Jim Cannon, President and CEO at FLIR. “As the world works together to face the global COVID-19 pandemic, given the need for this technology, FLIR will prioritize initial deliveries of this new A-series camera to professionals using it in elevated skin temperature screening as an adjunct to other elevated body temperature screening tools to help to fight the spread of the virus.”

Also, FLIR currently is in beta testing for an automated elevated skin temperature screening software solution that is fully integrated with its United States Food and Drug Administration-certified thermal cameras. The solution is designed to rapidly increase the accuracy, ease-of-use, and speed of existing screening procedures. FLIR will share an announcement about its solution in Q2 2020.

FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor and Thermal Image Streaming cameras are available for purchase today globally from FLIR distributor partners. To learn more, please visit www.flir.com/A400-A700-Series.

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About FLIR Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1978, FLIR Systems is a world-leading industrial technology company focused on intelligent sensing solutions for defense, industrial, and commercial applications. FLIR Systems’ vision is to be “The World’s Sixth Sense,” creating technologies to help professionals make more informed decisions that save lives and livelihoods. For more information, please visit www.flir.com and follow @flir.

FLIR A400/A700 Thermal Smart Sensor and Thermal Image Streaming cameras are available for purchase today globally from FLIR distributor partners. To learn more, please visit www.flir.co.uk/A400-A700-Series.

The professional thermographic smartphone module -FLIR-ONE-Pro

With four times more thermal resolution enhancement and VividIR ™ image processing, FLIR ONE Pro lets you see in more detail when you need it most.

The professional thermographic smartphone module

DETAIL OF IMAGE AND CLARITY

FLIR-ONE-Pro

EXTENDED MEASUREMENT
Measure temperatures between -20 and 400 ° C (-4 and 752 ° F) with up to three spot temperature meters and six temperature regions of interest.

RESISTANCE FOR THE WORKPLACE

Designed to ease the toughness of everyday work, the FLIR ONE Pro is rated to withstand a 1.8 meter drop and is built to last.

ESPECIFICACIONES
DESCRIPCIÓN GENERAL
Precisión
±3 °C o ±5 %, típico Porcentaje de la diferencia entre la temperatura ambiente y de la escena. Se aplica 60 segundos tras el inicio cuando la unidad está entre 15 y 35 °C y la escena está entre 5 y 120 °C.
Temperatura no operativa
De -20 a 60 °C (de -4 a 140 °F)
Rango dinámico de escena
De -20 a 400 °C, de -4 a 752 °F
Medidor puntual
OFF / °C / °F. Resolución 0,1 °C / 0,1 °F
Peso
36,5 g
Dimensiones (Al. × An. × Pr.)
68 × 34 × 14 mm (2,7 × 1,3 × 0,6″)
Teléfono
iOS
ALIMENTACIÓN
Tiempo de carga de la batería
40 min
Duración de la batería
Aproximadamente 1 h
APLICACIÓN
Distancia MSX ajustable
De 0,3 m al infinito1
Monitor de carga de la batería
Del 0 al 100 %
Modos de captura
Vídeo, imagen fija, lapso de tiempo
Formatos de archivo
Imágenes fijas – jpeg radiométrico
Paleta
Gray (white hot), Hottest, Coldest, Iron, Rainbow, Contrast, Arctic, Lava y Wheel.
Visualización/captura de vídeo e imagen fija
Guardado como 1440 × 1080
CONEXIONES Y COMUNICACIONES
Carga
USB-C hembra (5 V/1 A)
Vídeo
Lightning macho
CONFORMIDAD Y CERTIFICACIONES
Certificaciones
MFi (versión iOS), RoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, EN61233
GENERACIÓN DE IMÁGENES Y ÓPTICA
Enfoque
Fijo de 15 cm al infinito
Frecuencia de imagen
8,7 Hz
Descripción general
Cámaras visuales y térmicas con MSX
HFOV/VFOV
55° ±1° / 43° ±1°
Obturador
Automático/manual
Resolución térmica
160 × 120
Sensor térmico
Tamaño de píxel 12 µm, de 8 a 14 µm de rango espectral
Resolución visual
1440 × 1080
MEDIOAMBIENTAL Y APROBACIONES
Ajustes de emisividad
Mate: 95 %, semimate: 80 %, semibrillante: 60 %, brillante: 30 %
Golpes
Caída desde 1,8 m
Temperatura operativa
De 0 a 35 °C (de 32 a 95 °F), carga de batería 0 a 30 °C (de 32 a 86 °F)
RADIOMETRÍA
Sensibilidad térmica [MRDT]
150 mK