To ensure correct diagnosis and good decision making, doctors and engineers require very high performance benchmarks on medical imaging applications and devices. The process of bringing such devices to market is both time consuming and costly. Thus it is important that device components, such as cameras, remain available for many years to come.
FLIR’s combination of strict manufacturing processes and roadmap planning ensure high quality, utmost reliability, and long product lifecycles.
The field of life sciences is often faced with identifying and solving new problems. Researchers become pioneers as they work towards better understanding the world around us. FLIR cameras are especially useful in this challenge by providing the flexibility and adaptability needed to address new possibilities. Compared to high-end scientific cameras, FLIR cameras allow researchers to develop their solutions at a much lower cost.
Latest CMOS sensors, GenICam3 API
All-in-One, Small, Uncompromising Value
Maximum Performance, Large Format Sensors
Flexible Integration, Multiple Form Factors
Powerful, Ultra-Compact, Flexible Sensor Range
Compact, Cost Effective, Sony CCD Sensitivity
Small, Affordable, Versatile CMOS
CMOSIS Global Shutter, Camera Link Speeds
Highly Sensitive CCD's, Sony EXview HAD CCD II
High Sensitivity, Low Noise Sony CCD Quality
Multi-Baseline, Flexible, Long Range Precision
Compact Size, Accurate, Sony CCD Image Quality