Teledyne FLIR will showcase its new, signature security product portfolio for perimeter protection at IFSEC International 2022, from 17-19, May at ExCel London. Attendees who visit Teledyne FLIR in stand IF3030 will see a demo of the FLIR counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) as well as a variety of intelligent transportation solutions (ITS). This will be FLIR’s first IFSEC as a Teledyne company.
Teledyne FLIR provides field-proven solutions that detect intruders, whether they walk on the ground or fly in the sky. Built to detect, locate, identify, track, and mitigate both ground-based and aerial threats, the FLIR C-UAS solution will be on full display at IFSEC. The platform includes long-range drone detection radars, such as the Ranger R20SS-3D or the R8SS-3D; pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ), multi-sensor systems, such as the Ranger HDC MS; Cameleon command and control software; and third-party radio frequency systems and effectors. The FLIR C-UAS offering is a powerful addition to any perimeter system where attacks from adversarial drones are a risk and concern.
For over 40 years, Teledyne FLIR has been one of the leading manufacturers in thermal technologies, setting the standard for quality, performance and reliability and being the first to introduce thermal cameras to the commercial security sector. At IFSEC 2022, Teledyne FLIR will showcase its new FLIR FH-Series multispectral cameras that integrate 4K visible imaging with a thermal sensor offering market-leading sensitivity. The FH-Series ID features on-board FLIR Virtual Barrier convolutional neural network (CNN) analytics for intrusion detection and resilience against false alarms.
The company will also debut its FLIR R-Series radars to the IFSEC audience, its first ground security commercial radars launched in the Fall of 2021. R-Series radars detect threats faster and map human and vehicular movement, giving security operators more time to react to intrusion activity and greater situational awareness. Available in two models, the R-290 radar is compliant with United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines, and the R-190 is Conformité Européenne (CE)-compliant for Europe. When customers integrate R-Series radars with the FLIR DX-Series PTZ camera, they gain a robust solution that expands intrusion detection beyond the fence line, streamlines target tracking, and enables video verification of alerts.
“The Teledyne FLIR team is looking forward to exhibiting at IFSEC 2022 to showcase our multilayer solutions improving perimeter security and public safety,” said Teledyne FLIR Sales Director, Harry Jackman. “We are excited to demo our C-UAS offering as well as show our customers our new radars, multispectral cameras and ITS solutions.”
The Teledyne FLIR stand will feature FLIR visible security cameras and the United VMS platform as well as FLIR ITS solutions that improve mobility and incident response time for smarter, safer cities. The ITS-Series Dual AIDL enables automatic incident detection, data collection and early fire detection in tunnels. The FLIR TrafiData counts and classifies vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians as well as travel time for comprehensive congestion analysis.
To meet with Teledyne FLIR at IFSEC, visit stand IF3030.