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African Parks Team Trialed FLIR Thermal-Equipped Drones to Monitor Elephants

African Parks Team Trialed FLIR Thermal-Equipped Drones to Monitor Elephants

Thermal cameras, which were donated by FLIR to World Wildlife Fund and to African Parks, the latter who manage Liwonde National Park, were tested over the course of several months to see if they could be used to help with preventing poaching. Combined with drones however, these cameras were effective in helping Liwonde Park staff respond to conflict situations when elephants broke through the fence, who were then able to be herded back into the park.

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Introducing the FLIR Duo Pro R Thermal Visible Commercial Drone Camera Top Feature

Introducing the FLIR Duo Pro R Thermal Visible Commercial Drone Camera

Today, FLIR unveiled its most advanced commercial drone camera and aerial mapping system, the dual sensor FLIR Duo Pro R. Featuring both a thermal sensor with radiometry and a visible camera, the FLIR Duo Pro R gives professional drone operators the range and image detail needed to capture actionable thermal and visible imagery in a single drone flight.

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Thirty Seconds to Mars Uses FLIR Thermal Cameras in MTV Video Music Awards Featured

Thirty Seconds to Mars Uses FLIR Thermal Cameras in MTV Video Music Awards

American rock band, Thirty Seconds to Mars, made history Sunday night at the 34th annual MTV Video Music Awards with a live performance of their new single “Walk on Water,” filmed with FLIR’s high-definition (HD) thermal imaging cameras.

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