ABOUT FLIR SYSTEMS, INC - OEM CORES AND COMPONENTS

Make something big with something small with FLIR, the world’s highest volume infrared camera and core supplier. Our proven components like the Lepton®, Boson®, and the Neutrino™ cores, FLIR’s common software architecture makes for ease of integration across an array of applications. Integrating FLIR’s cameras, cores and components based on your size, weight, power, and performance requirements is easy and may be the last little piece you need for your next big idea. FLIR's thermal camera cores are designed for easy and efficient integration into higher-level assemblies and platforms. Ideal for OEM applications, integrate compact reliable lightweight core modules into systems that you can manufacture and sell under your own brand. Explore FLIR’s full family of cooled and uncooled thermal cores and cameras at FLIR.com/cores.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Machine Vision Camera With USB3 Vision: Firefly® Machine Vision Camera With USB3 Vision: Firefly®

FLIR’s Firefly® camera is designed to combine machine vision features with the power of deep learning inference on-camera. With its integrated Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) users can deploy a trained neural network directly onto the camera and achieve inference on the edge. Its small size and low power are ideal for portable devices, and it provides excellent imaging with the latest global shutter CMOS sensors.

High-Performance Machine Vision Camera: Blackfly S Series High-Performance Machine Vision Camera: Blackfly S Series

FLIR’s Blackfly S cameras are compact, machine vision cameras designed to produce exact images for acceleration of application development. With features for both automatic and manual control over image capture and on-camera pre-processing, these cameras offer support for a wide range of operating systems and hosts system hardware architectures.

Oryx 10GigE Camera Family Oryx 10GigE Camera Family

The Oryx 10GigE camera family of machine vision cameras offers the advantages of the latest sensors by supporting transfer speeds up to 10 Gbit/s, enabling the capture of 12-bit images at over 60 FPS at 4K resolution. The Oryx 10BASE-T interface provides reliable image transfer at cable lengths over 50 meters on inexpensive CAT6A. or greater than 30 m on CAT5e.

HD Dual-Sensor Thermal Camera For Drones: FLIR Duo Pro R HD Dual-Sensor Thermal Camera For Drones: FLIR Duo Pro R

FLIR offers the Duo Pro R high-resolution thermal and visible light imager specifically designed for commercial, industrial, and public safety applications. This HD camera features a dual-sensor with high-definition 4K color and thermal video recording in a single package. 

Shortwave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau SWIR Shortwave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau SWIR

FLIR OEM’s Tau SWIR thermal camera core delivers outstanding shortwave infrared image quality and performance for applications ranging over a variety of imaging and light level conditions, including in hyperspectral instrumentation, silicon inspection, electro-optical payloads, art restoration, and portable imaging. With a high resolution 640×512 ISC1202 InGaAs 15-micron pitch focal plane array (FPA), compact form factor, light weight (<81 grams), and less than 3.2 W power consumption (at room temperature) Tau SWIR has the SWaP that OEMs need.

Long Wave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau 2 Long Wave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau 2

The Tau 2 from FLIR is loaded with advanced electronics and image processing features that improve detail and contrast, this camera offers full radiometry, increased sensitivity (<30 mK), and 640/60 Hz frame rates.

Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) Cooled Camera Module: Neutrino™ Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) Cooled Camera Module: Neutrino™

FLIR offers the Neutrino™ - a high performance cooled mid-wave infrared (MWIR) core designed for simple integration when SWaP design constraints and performance are needed. This camera is FLIR’s smallest and lightest OEM cooled camera core, incorporating the FLIR’s full suite of advanced image processing algorithms such as customizable AGC and Detailed Digital Enhancement (DDE).

LWIR Micro Thermal Camera Module: FLIR Lepton® LWIR Micro Thermal Camera Module: FLIR Lepton®

The FLIR Lepton® is a radiometric-capable long-wave infrared (LWIR) camera module that is smaller than a dime. It is specifically designed to fit inside a smartphone, mobile devices, and other electronics like IR sensors and thermal imagers. Available at one tenth of the cost of traditional IR cameras, these cameras feature focal plane arrays of 160 x 120 or 80 x 60 active pixels, and capture accurate, calibrated, and noncontact temperature data in every pixel of each image.

Thermal Vision Automotive Development Kit (ADK): FLIR ADK™ Thermal Vision Automotive Development Kit (ADK): FLIR ADK™

The FLIR ADK™ is a new thermal vision automotive development kit (ADK) built around the FLIR Boson® thermal camera core. This kit offers a cost effective solution for developing the next generation of automotive thermal vision and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The system creates images from heat, making this technology the best for pedestrian detection, identifying people in cluttered environments, and giving analytics critical information for automated decisions.

Compact LWIR Thermal Camera Core: Boson® Compact LWIR Thermal Camera Core: Boson®

FLIR offers the Boson® longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera using XIR™ expandable infrared video processing architecture to enable advanced image processing, video analytics, peripheral sensor drivers, and several industry-standard communication interfaces while maintaining low power consumption. Setting a new standard for size, weight, and power (SWaP), this core includes a 12µm pitch vanadium oxide (VOx) uncooled detector in 640 x 512 or 320 x 256 resolutions.

CONTACT INFORMATION

FLIR Systems, Inc - OEM Cores and Components

6769 Hollister Ave

Goleta, CA 93117

UNITED STATES

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • The HOT Infrared Imaging Market is Heating Up
    The HOT Infrared Imaging Market is Heating Up

    New infrared camera cores with high operating temperatures allow the construction of imaging systems that are smaller, lighter, and less power-hungry. That’s opening up new uses, from airborne to hand-carried applications.

  • How To Build A Deep Learning Classification System For Less Than $1000 USD
    How To Build A Deep Learning Classification System For Less Than $1000 USD

    Deep learning is set to alter the machine vision landscape, enabling new applications and disrupting established markets. It’s never been easier to get started, but where do you begin? This article provides an easy-to-follow guide to building a deep learning inference system for less than $1000.

  • Introduction To Sony Pregius® Global Shutter CMOS: High-Speed CMOS Sensor With Distortion-Free Global Shutter Technology
    Introduction To Sony Pregius® Global Shutter CMOS: High-Speed CMOS Sensor With Distortion-Free Global Shutter Technology

    Sony's Pregius global shutter CMOS technology truly fulfills its promise: crisp, clear, distortion-free images at high speeds. With Pregius, Sony does more than provide a migration path from their most popular CCD sensors. Pregius offers significant performance gains, and with its newly-announced third generation, additional on-sensor features.

  • Imaging Reflective Surfaces: Getting Started with On-sensor Polarization
    Imaging Reflective Surfaces: Getting Started with On-sensor Polarization

    Many vision systems struggle to overcome the effects of reflections and glare on reflective surfaces like glass, plastic and metal. Sony’s newest sensor technology can solve this problem with its pixel-level polarizer structure. This technology enables Sony polarized sensors to detect both the amount and angle of polarized light across a scene.

  • Understanding USB 3.1 And USB 3.2
    Understanding USB 3.1 And USB 3.2

    What does USB 3.1 offer machine vision? This article explains USB 3.1, as well as the differences between USB 3.1 Generation 1 and Generation 2 and the practical gains each offers machine vision developers.

  • Top 10 Reasons To Be Excited About 10GigE
    Top 10 Reasons To Be Excited About 10GigE

    This article offers the 10 top reasons to be excited about FLIR's 10GigE machine vision camera.

  • Part 4: Overcoming Technical And Logistical Automotive Integration Challenges
    Part 4: Overcoming Technical And Logistical Automotive Integration Challenges

    Safe advanced driver assist system (ADAS) vehicles and autonomous vehicles (AV) require the use of sensors to deliver scene data adequate for the detection and classification algorithms to autonomously navigate under all conditions. This requirement cannot be adequately met with just visible cameras, sonar, and radar sensors. Thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras can detect and classify pedestrians in darkness, fog, and sun glares, and deliver improved technical and logistical integration for ADAS systems. This white paper is Part 4 of the series how thermal infrared cameras overcome technical and logistical integrations challenges in autonomous driving.

  • Part 3: The Pathway To Affordable, Scalable Automotive Integration
    Part 3: The Pathway To Affordable, Scalable Automotive Integration

    Safe advanced driver assist system (ADAS) vehicles and autonomous vehicles (AV) require the use of sensors to deliver scene data adequate for the detection and classification algorithms to autonomously navigate under all conditions. This requirement cannot be adequately met with just visible cameras, sonar, and radar sensors, as they do not meet many safety concerns in real conditions. Thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras can detect and classify pedestrians in darkness, fog, and sun glares, delivering improved situational awareness in ADAS and AV. This white paper is Part 3 of the series on how thermal infrared cameras deliver an affordable, scalable and integrative solution over other sensor technologies for autonomous driving.

  • Part 2: Technical Advantages Of Thermal Cameras In ADAS And AV Platforms
    Part 2: Technical Advantages Of Thermal Cameras In ADAS And AV Platforms

    Safe advanced driver assist system (ADAS) vehicles and autonomous vehicles (AV) require the use of sensors to deliver scene data adequate for the detection and classification algorithms to autonomously navigate under all conditions. This requirement cannot be adequately met with just visible cameras, sonar, and radar sensors, as they do not meet many safety concerns in real conditions. Thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras can detect and classify pedestrians in darkness, fog, and sun glares, delivering improved situational awareness in ADAS and AV. This white paper is Part 2 of the series on the technical advantages that thermal infrared cameras deliver over other technologies for autonomous driving.

  • Part 1: Why ADAS And Autonomous Vehicles Need Thermal Infrared Cameras
    Part 1: Why ADAS And Autonomous Vehicles Need Thermal Infrared Cameras

    Safe advanced driver assist system (ADAS) vehicles and autonomous vehicles (AV) require the use of sensors to deliver scene data adequate for the detection and classification algorithms to autonomously navigate under all conditions for SAE automation level 5. This challenging requirement cannot be adequately met with just visible cameras, sonar, and radar sensors. As a solution, thermal, or longwave infrared (LWIR), cameras can detect and classify pedestrians in darkness, fog, and sun glares, delivering improved situational awareness in ADAS and AV. This white paper is Part 1 of a series on why thermal infrared cameras are a necessity for autonomous driving.

  • 8 Things Engineers Should Know About Thermal Imaging: A Guide For Integrating Thermal Sensors Into Your Next Project
    8 Things Engineers Should Know About Thermal Imaging: A Guide For Integrating Thermal Sensors Into Your Next Project

    Thermal sensors are used to detect and display differences in the relative intensities of infrared energies emitted or reflected from an object. This white paper presents eight tips that every engineer should know about thermal imaging and integrating it into your next project.

  • 5 Factors Influencing Radiometric Temperature Measurements
    5 Factors Influencing Radiometric Temperature Measurements

    Thermal imaging offers qualitative imagery with accurate temperature measurements for a variety of applications, including firefighting and security. In order to gather the most precise temperature measurements, a number of things must be kept in mind that could greatly affect thermal camera accuracy. 

  • Radiometric Temperature Measurements: Surface Characteristics And Atmospheric Compensation
    Radiometric Temperature Measurements: Surface Characteristics And Atmospheric Compensation

    Radiometric temperature measurements are made with radiometric thermal cameras. This white paper discusses this non-contact, non-destructive technique (NDT) that offers advantages for many surface temperature measurement applications, as well as unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

  • Thermal Imaging In Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS)
    Thermal Imaging In Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS)

    Many types of sensors are used in Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) environments, and thermal imaging is used to benefit identifying objects, even in challenging lighting conditions. This application note covers the use and benefits of thermal imaging technologies within ADAS.

  • The Smart Buyer’s Guide To Choosing The Right PTU
    The Smart Buyer’s Guide To Choosing The Right PTU

    Many times, system integrators and camera system designers are asked to add pan/tilt capabilities to an existing sensor. There many factors to consider with this challenge, especially since this addition can have a large impact on the system cost, reliability, and performance. 

  • Emerging Applications For Miniature Thermal Imaging Cameras
    Emerging Applications For Miniature Thermal Imaging Cameras

    More people are becoming aware of the uses of thermal imaging, especially in the cases where the technology has saved lives. This article presents many different emerging applications for miniature thermal imaging cameras and the advantages that they can provide.

  • BMW Incorporates Thermal Imaging Cameras In Its Cars
    BMW Incorporates Thermal Imaging Cameras In Its Cars

    BMW has integrated night vision systems in order to detect living objects that are not illuminated in total darkness.