“Yacht thermal night vision systems & marine electronics”
Flir Systems is a specialist in sonar and radar navigation, thermal imaging and night vision systems for the maritime industry. Their multi-sensor systems are unmatched in providing high performance in a small, lightweight package.
Main contactAddress: Charles Petitweg 21 Breda, Netherlands 4847 NW
Tel: +31 (0)6 12 27 18 48
Established in 1978, Flir Systems designs, develops, manufactures, markets and distributes thermal imaging and visible-light imaging systems, locator systems, measurement and diagnostic systems and advanced threat detection systems.
Outfitting both small and large vessels, Flir Systems offers fully marine-suited long-range and compact visual solutions. Flir’s compact multi-sensor systems are unmatched in providing high performance in a small, lightweight package.
Superyacht thermal night visionHandheld thermal cameras - Flir offers thermal technology in a compact and affordable format - from the small MLS-Series to the bi-ocular BHM-Series.
Fixed mount multi-sensor imaging and thermal cameras – Flir’s thermal night vision systems consist of two state-of-the-art thermal night vision cameras.
Firstly, a wide field-of-view imager for situational awareness, obstacle avoidance and navigation, and a narrow field-of-view imager that can detect hazards and other vessels at long ranges.
Secondly, a dual-function daylight/lowlight camera that allows identification of people and approaching vessels.
Flir’s long-range and gyro stabilised sensors were developed and tailored for maritime installation to provide maximum sensor range performance and increased capability over typical pan/tilt systems.
Superyacht sonar, radar and GPS systemsFlir Systems has developed and manufactured cutting edge electronics and imaging instruments for the recreational and commercial maritime market under the Flir and Raymarine brands. Products include:
• Raymarine radar
• Raymarine multifunction navigation
• Raymarine sonar
• Raymarine sonar GPS combos
• Flir First mate What is this?