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Thermal Vision Automotive Development Kit
Jan 2018
FLIR Systems Inc.Request Info
WILSONVILLE, Ore., Jan. 22, 2018 — Thermal Vision Automotive Development KitThe high-resolution Thermal Vision Automotive Development Kit from Flir Systems Inc. features the high-performance Boson thermal camera for automakers, tier-one automotive parts suppliers and innovators of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

The kit allows developers to add an affordable, long-range thermal camera to their ADAS development vehicles to help advance reliability and redundancy required for self-driving cars. As an automotive-qualified passive IR sensor, the device is offered on General Motors, Peugeot, Mercedes, Audi and BMW vehicles. It can also be used as an aftermarket system.

An ideal sensor technology for pedestrian and animal detection, thermal sensors can see up to four times the distance of typical headlights. Thermal imaging helps drivers and future self-driving vehicles see in challenging environments such as darkness, sun glare, fog, smoke and haze.


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