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Sierra-Olympic Technologies' high performance CZ 640 thermal camera delivers H.264/MJPEG IP-video for Ethernet connectivity and simultaneous camera link digital and analog NTSC/PAL video.


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The FC Series thermal camera by FLIR of Portland, Ore., features wide dynamic thermal technology to provide users with the best image quality in optimized video streams in the most challenging imaging environments, according to the company. SSI Staff · August 22, 2012

The FC Series thermal camera by FLIR of Portland, Ore., features wide dynamic thermal technology to provide users with the best image quality in optimized video streams in the most challenging imaging environments, according to the company. SSI Staff · August 22, 2012

FLIR Systems of Portland, Ore., releases the A310PT thermal camera system that secures perimeters and measure temperatures for condition monitoring. SSI Staff · March 28, 2012

SightLogix of Princeton, N.J., releases the SightSensor thermal analytics camera, which features precision analytics to deliver accurate detection in difficult outdoor environments. SSI Staff · November 27, 2011

FLIR of Portland, Ore., and VideoIQ of Bedford, Mass., have partnered to offer a thermal analytics processor to provide analytics, edge NVR storage, and IP video encoding optimized for FLIR's thermal cameras. SSI Staff · September 13, 2011

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, say thermal imaging cameras could be used to help criminals purloin ATM PIN numbers. August 17, 2011

The network-ready thermal security camera by FLIR Systems Inc. of Portland, Ore., is optimized for use with video analytics and fits easily into analog networks. SSI Staff · May 12, 2011

Andy Teich, president of commercial systems, FLIR Systems Inc., clears up the misconceptions between thermal imaging and night vision technologies in this Q&A. January 17, 2011

Thermal imaging has started to make a serious effort to enter the commercial security market. Its usefulness might no be evident right up front. Why would you want to use a technology that doesn't allow you to identify anyone for security applications? January 14, 2011

The FLIR i7 thermal imaging camera by FLIR Systems Inc. of Portland, Ore., offers infrared (IR) image quality with 2-percent thermal accuracy, according to the company. SSI Staff · November 02, 2010




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