Like those who serve, FLIR is 100% committed to providing powerful public-safety solutions and supporting firefighters and first responders with innovative and reliable thermal imaging that covers every angle – from the air, the shore, or right in the midst of battling a blaze. Mount a thermal camera on a small drone and gain a new vantage point with high-angle views of rooftops, upper stories and tall structures. You can also use them to check liquid levels in tanker trucks. And they’re vital for search and rescue missions. Boat-mounted units are critical assets for firefighting from the water and on the water, and they help provide swifter lifesaving success for man-overboard and other dangerous situations.
It’s all too easy for firefighters to lose their way, or each other when surrounded by billowing black smoke. FLIR handheld thermal imaging cameras (TICs) help clear the way and even enhance the view with ultra-sharp detail for quick orientation, allowing firefighters to discern obstacles and keep better track of each other – indispensable tools for combatting structural fires and ensuring safety. Beyond seeing through smoke, thermal imagers empower you to visualize a better plan of attack, pinpoint hotspots and find the stranded when there’s no time to lose. They’re also invaluable for search and rescue missions, day or night.
Of course, central to our commitment is designing TICs to withstand the toughest firefighting conditions, whether they’re hit with heavy water spray, inferno-hot temperatures, or take a 2m tumble.
That’s why you’ll want to take advantage of this incredible opportunity to equip your department with a full suite of handheld thermal imagers. Enter now for a chance to win.
The Going Above and Beyond giveaway winner will receive:
(1) FLIR K55 High-Performance TIC
(3) FLIR K2 Compact TICs with MSX
(1) FLIR K1 Situational Awareness Camera
(1) FLIR OTM 136 Scion Thermal Monocular
Visit the prize draw page here and complete the form for your chance to win.
The prize draw contest ends 31 March 2021.