FLIR safeguards people and property by providing tools that see and sense harmful CBRNE substances.
CBRNE and HAZMAT emergencies rarely occur in the safety of a laboratory – they can happen anywhere. FLIR’s chemical sensors detect trace levels of chemical hazards (i.e. Chemical Warfare Agents (CWAs), Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs), etc.) and confirm their specific identity. Whether responding to a chemical attack or chemical accident, responders can act with confidence.
FLIR’s radiation sensors detect, alarm, verify, locate, and identify radioactive material (gamma and neutron) in real-time. They come in a variety of form factors and sensitivities to meet mission requirements. Their common operating interface reduces training time and costs, while increasing operator confidence and interoperability between agencies using FLIR products.
Responders and security forces operate in extreme conditions. But no single product can meet all the various applications for handheld radiation detectors.
Security professionals need advanced technologies to interdict explosives during combat, physical security, law enforcement, forensics, and anti-terrorism operations. FLIR’s handheld explosives sensors detect a broad range of explosives with best-in-class sensitivity, while its desktop systems offer unparalleled accuracy to expedite frontline decision-making.
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We are committed to providing our customers with quality products and services that continually meet and exceed their expectations. Our service organization is dedicated to upholding the company’s core values of quality, innovation, and trust through a product’s entire life cycle.
FLIR’s biological sensors alert response teams to the presence of biological threat agents (airborne spore, viral, cellular, and protein toxins) within the first few minutes of an incident to protect people from low-level, long-term exposure. From border protection to building security, FLIR’s autonomous continuous monitors detect the presence of bio-threats and track their movement.