FLIR innovative brings sensing solutions into daily life

  FLIR Systems offers innovative sensing solutions into daily life through its thermal imaging systems, visible-light imaging systems, locator systems, measurement and diagnostic systems, and advanced threat detection systems. In an interview with EPR, the company’s Director TP Singh sheds light on the work of FLIR in the field of thermal imaging.
Where do you find India in the thermal imaging sector?India is at developing stage in terms of using thermal imaging cameras. Currently, not many organisations are effectively using this technology. The same may be used extensively in power sector at all levels. Earlier price was a major constraint to adapt this technology but the same gap has been filled with many new affordable models including the latest ones launched by FLIR.
What are the possible hurdles for thermal imaging in India?Main hurdle is awareness. Utilities who have understood the benefit of using this remarkable technology are taking huge benefits.
Can you shed light on the work of FLIR in the field of thermal imaging?FLIR is in this field for almost 50 years. We are the pioneers. FLIR has a very broad range of thermal cameras. Starting from a product at Rs 46,000 to over Rs 60 lakhs, we have more than 30 types of thermal cameras. If we count all the options of features, lenses etc, list of choices available to customers today will be very long. Handheld or fixed, for predictive maintenance or fire fighting – depending upon budget and application, we can provide many solutions under one roof.
FLIR always make good efforts for R&D and the result is continuous improvement in existing products and launch of new products. In last one year we launched many new products to enhance customer experience.
FLIR played a major role in thermal imaging instruments. What is the opportunity that you are looking for in India?FLIR instruments are being used by all sectors – power, almost all types manufacturing industries, buildings sector, R&D labs and academics. We have multiple solutions for all these customers.
How do you look at the ‘Make in India’ campaign initiative?We see this from supplier’s point of view at this stage. It will be good to see India growing in this direction. All manufacturing plants have the requirement of predictive maintenance and thermal camera plays vital role there.
What is the future of thermal imaging?It’s bright and shiny. FLIR would love to remain in the forefront as in the past.

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FLIR innovative brings sensing solutions into daily life

  FLIR Systems offers innovative sensing solutions into daily life through its thermal imaging systems, visible-light imaging systems, locator systems, measurement and diagnostic systems, and advanced threat detection systems. In an interview with EPR, the company’s Director TP Singh sheds light on the work of FLIR in the field of thermal imaging.
Where do you find India in the thermal imaging sector?India is at developing stage in terms of using thermal imaging cameras. Currently, not many organisations are effectively using this technology. The same may be used extensively in power sector at all levels. Earlier price was a major constraint to adapt this technology but the same gap has been filled with many new affordable models including the latest ones launched by FLIR.
What are the possible hurdles for thermal imaging in India?Main hurdle is awareness. Utilities who have understood the benefit of using this remarkable technology are taking huge benefits.
Can you shed light on the work of FLIR in the field of thermal imaging?FLIR is in this field for almost 50 years. We are the pioneers. FLIR has a very broad range of thermal cameras. Starting from a product at Rs 46,000 to over Rs 60 lakhs, we have more than 30 types of thermal cameras. If we count all the options of features, lenses etc, list of choices available to customers today will be very long. Handheld or fixed, for predictive maintenance or fire fighting – depending upon budget and application, we can provide many solutions under one roof.
FLIR always make good efforts for R&D and the result is continuous improvement in existing products and launch of new products. In last one year we launched many new products to enhance customer experience.
FLIR played a major role in thermal imaging instruments. What is the opportunity that you are looking for in India?FLIR instruments are being used by all sectors – power, almost all types manufacturing industries, buildings sector, R&D labs and academics. We have multiple solutions for all these customers.
How do you look at the ‘Make in India’ campaign initiative?We see this from supplier’s point of view at this stage. It will be good to see India growing in this direction. All manufacturing plants have the requirement of predictive maintenance and thermal camera plays vital role there.
What is the future of thermal imaging?It’s bright and shiny. FLIR would love to remain in the forefront as in the past.

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