Improve Safety, Protect Wildlife
Technical Solutions in Remote Areas
The deployment of thermal imaging and night vision technology protects native animal populations, ecosystems, local communities, and improves ranger safety.
Trusted Thermal Detection
Quickly detect objects of interest in complete darkness and through glaring light or haze. Record video and still images for playback long after the day is done, all with geotagging to know where it was taken on the farm. Rugged housing and intuitive controls allow single-hand operation in harsh weather conditions, maintaining reliable thermal imaging in the most demanding outdoor environments.
Outdoor Thermal Monocular
Excels in Minimal Light Conditions
The wide-angle dual-channel night vision goggle system creates an undisputed night time viewing advantage. Head and helmet mounting options provide hands-free full-field night vision while multi-coated lenses and composite housing stand up to wear and tear.
51° Night Vision Goggles
Sharp Long-Range Surveillance
Built for long-range surveillance in complete darkness this high-performance thermal imaging bi-ocular has lens options for short, medium, and long range viewing. The ergonomic design offers comfort during sustained viewing periods while a rugged housing and FLIR Tau 2 thermal core generate dependable imagery in snow, dust, smoke, fog, and haze.
Long-Range Thermal Imaging Bi-Ocular
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