Flashback Friday: How Thermal Imaging Technology Helps Law Enforcement
Take a look at how FLIR Systems’ Star SAFIRE HD thermal imaging system provides law enforcement officials with a powerful search tool in this slideshow.
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Welcome to Flashback Friday, where we’re bringing you an oldie but a goodie about thermal imaging technology.
Thermal imaging technology can serve as an opportunity for dealers and integrators to generate new streams of revenue from IP-based perimeter security deployments. In addition to helping to protect a perimeter, the technology can also be a great tool for law enforcement officials.
In this Flashback Friday slideshow, which originally ran in May 2013, take a look at how a FLIR thermal imaging system became a powerful search tool for law enforcement officials.
A high-end thermal imaging system such as FLIR’s Star SAFIRE HD offers law enforcement officers a powerful search tool for detecting heat-emitting objects across large search areas. The system offers a high-definition infrared camera mounted to an airborne unit that produces both EO (electro-optic) color and IR (infrared) white-hot images.
Photos courtesy of FLIR Systems.
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