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DRS Launches Product Accreditation Program, Referral Strategy

DRS has discontinued direct sales and marketing of its WatchMaster-branded IP thermal security camera systems and instead will refer business to accredited OEM products.


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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

Axis Communications has partnered with Lenel Systems Int'l and contributed more than two dozen thermal, fixed dome and pan/tilt/zoom (p/t/z) network cameras to this year's Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pa. ... August 23, 2010

First Capital Int'l Inc., a security integrator and logistics company, and FLIR Systems Inc. demonstrated a thermal imaging surveillance solution during the Major League Soccer (MLS) All-Star game Wednesday at Reliant Stadium in Houston. July 28, 2010

FLIR Systems Inc. of Portland, Ore. has released affordable entries into its F- and PT-Series IP thermal security cameras with models starting at $3,495. They feature 160×120-pixel resolution and have three available lenses. SSI Staff · January 31, 2010

Axis Communications has shaken up the video surveillance industry by becoming the first provider of relatively inexpensive, fully networked thermal imaging cameras. Scott Goldfine · January 18, 2010

Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Mass., introduces its AXIS Q1910 and Q1910-E thermal network cameras. The products are designed to complement any network video system that requires continuous surveillance. SSI Staff · January 18, 2010

Fully enabled for control and operation over digital and analog networks, Portland, Ore.-based FLIR Systems' PT-Series thermal cameras are available in standard-resolution (320x240), and higher-resolution 640x480 formats, and provide greater image clarity and longer threat detection range. SSI Staff · September 29, 2009




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