Flir Downloads

  1. Automated Computer Diagnosis Of IR Medical Imaging
    5/17/2011

    This paper discusses the the use of computer software for the quantitative analysis of infrared (IR) images in order to improve the diagnostic accuracy of an IR imaging system.

  2. White Paper: Automated Computer Diagnosis Of IR Medical Imaging
    5/17/2011

    In order to improve infrared (IR) imaging diagnosis, the use of computer software for quantitative analysis of IR images has been studied by some investigators for years. By Marcos Leal Brioschi, Jorge Eduardo Fouto Matias, Manoel Jacobsen Teixeira, and Jose Viriato Vargas

  3. Article: Detecting A H1N1 In Tocumen International Airport In Panama
    2/13/2011
    During the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic, IR cameras first began to be used in several international airports. By FLIR Systems, Inc.
  4. Detecting A H1N1 In Tocumen International Airport In Panama
    2/13/2011
    During the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic, IR cameras first began to be used in several international airports. By FLIR Systems, Inc.
  5. Advanced Thermal Solutions For Research And Science
    1/23/2011

    FLIR offers entry level, advanced, and performance level infrared cameras for research and development, Infrared Microscopy, Medical Thermography, Automation and Process Control, Short Wave Infrared (SWIR), High Speed/Stop Motion, Infrared Signatures, Tracking, Directed Energy, Laser Designation, Infrared Non-Destructive Testing (IR NDT), and Technical Surveillance and Countermeasure applications.

  6. Catalog: Range and Phenomenology
    1/12/2010
    Start Seeing the World In Infrared
  7. White Paper: Infrared Imaging In Engineering Applications
    3/23/2009
    Temperature variations that provide valuable information about heat transfer and fluid phenomena that occur during a mechanical and chemical process stand out clearly in an infrared image. An overview is given for three different mechanical engineering projects currently using infrared imaging to describe high-speed thermal events and provide experimental data for computational models. By Emily M. Hunt West Texas A&M University
  8. Infrared Imaging In Engineering Applications
    3/23/2009
    Temperature variations that provide valuable information about heat transfer and fluid phenomena that occur during a mechanical and chemical process stand out clearly in an infrared image. An overview is given for three different mechanical engineering projects currently using infrared imaging to describe high-speed thermal events and provide experimental data for computational models. By Emily M. Hunt West Texas A&M University
  9. Catalog: FLIR Infrared Research Cameras
    2/12/2009
    The InSb Laboratory Camera is a high-performance mid-wave infrared (MWIR) camera system based on an Indigo ROIC based focal plane array (FPA). This is either a 320 x 256 or 640 x 512 format Indium Antimonide (InSb) snapshot mode FPA
  10. FLIR Automation Handbook
    12/23/2008
    Infrared (IR) radiation is not detectable by the human eye, but an IR camera can convert it into a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene.