Radiometric Detection for Patrol Boats

Project name: Radiometric Detection for Patrol Boats Developer: Michael Civay Description: Thermal solution that uses two stitched Lepton cameras to perform detection in harsh conditions. Status: Prototype About the project: Solution formed using Python and OpenCV running on a Raspberry Pi 3B+. Keypoint matching and homography matrix estimation was utilized to stitch frames from two FLIR camera video streams. [...]

Thermal Lookout

Project name: Thermal Lookout Developer: Erik Archibald Description: The Thermal Lookout is a cloud-connected internet of things thermal imaging camera. The camera collects visible light and thermal infrared. A web app is used to specify temperature ranges of interest. The device identifies when a specified percentage of the observed temperatures fall inside a given range and triggers [...]

Thermal Stereo Cam

Project name: Thermal Stereo Cam Developer: Iwao Watanabe and Takeshi Ono of W&T/Toyo Trading Co. Description:  Thermal Stereo Cam showing VR image via iPhone apps with Pointcloud and 2 FLIR Lepton 3.5 with breakout board Status: Prototype About the project:  Check out the video of the project here for a great look at what they’ve done with Lepton [...]

New Lepton 3.5 with radiometry

FLIR is pleased to announce today the launch of Lepton 3.5, a new member of the Lepton family that adds both radiometry and an enhanced scene dynamic range.  The addition of radiometry and a temp range from -10 to 400° means your makes can accurately read temperatures in a much wider range of applications.  Ready to jump in and buy one?  [...]

Thermal by FLIR Contest Finalists

Dear challenge participants, The nineteen projects that you all submitted were very good, making it really challenging for our team of judges to narrow it down to five finalists. The criteria they used to evaluate them all included 1.) feasibility, 2.) creativity, 3.) sizzle (hot) factor, and 4.) marketability. The five finalists are: Erik Archbald […]

New Lepton 3.5 + 2018 Maker Challenge

Hey Lepton Makers, FLIR is pleased to announce today the launch of Lepton 3.5, a new member of the Lepton family that adds both radiometry and an enhanced scene dynamic range.  The addition of radiometry and a temp range from -10 to 400° means your makes can accurately read temperatures in a much wider range of applications.  Ready to jump in [...]

Happy New Year to Lepton Makers/Developers!

Happy new year, Lepton Makers! 2018 got off to a fast start with our announcement at CES of the new Thermal by FLIR partner program, a cooperative product development and marketing program that supports product innovators who use FLIR thermal imaging sensors in their products. Partners get specialized support from a variety of FLIR teams, […]