With FLIR Vue Pro R you get the thermal camera you need for sUAS operations without having to pay for functionality you’ll never use.
Designed for professional use, the FLIR Vue Pro is more than a thermal camera, it is a thermal measurement instrument and data recorder that adds tremendous value to your sUAS operations and services.
The FLIR Vue Pro APP is the primary control interface available for the Vue Pro camera. It is compatible with many mobile devices equipped with Bluetooth LE running iOS 8.0 or later and
Android V 4.3 or above.
Detect with thermal precision
The Vue Pro detects and images long wave infrared radiation. Within the camera, this radiation is mapped (as determined by the Scene Preset selected) to a range of 255 colours. In a black and white
palette, this range is converted to shades of gray with 0 being totally black and 255 being totally white. Different palettes are available to change the appearance of the image. The most common selection is either White Hot (hotter objects appear brighter than cooler objects) or Black Hot (hotter objects appear darker than cooler objects).
Thermal Sensor Resolution Options:
Thermal Lens Options:
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The new DJI Matrice 200 V2 has taken drones for industry to a whole new level. With three configurations, you can tailor this drone to suit your application.
Dual batteries are a standard feature on the Matrice 200 and with 2x TB55 batteries you can fly for up to 38mins depending on payload and weather conditions.
With 20 internal sensors, including dual IMUs, and a dual-redundant battery system that automatically heats batteries when flying in sub-zero temperatures.
The new DJI AirSense technology directly integrated into the drone. The M200 Series is the first commercially available drone with an ADS-B receiver. This module enhances airspace safety by automatically providing the operator with real-time information about nearby manned aircraft. This enables safety during operations where teams rely on mixed aircraft.
When equipped with both an aerial zoom and thermal camera, first responders can now quickly locate missing people in remote areas and plan the safest approach path.