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
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