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Teledyne Flir Introduces UAS Thermal Camera

Turnkey UAS Imaging Solution Offers Combination Infrared and 64MP Camera

Teledyne's new Hadron 640R camera module was announced this week, boasting a high-performance 64-megapixel thermal/visible camera optimized for lightweight, compact applications. 

The system is advertised as an excellent choice for "integration into unmanned aircraft systems, unmanned ground vehicles, robotic platforms, and emerging AI ready applications where battery life and run time are mission critical." The combination camera sports a 640 x 512 resolution Boson longwave infrared thermal camera, allowing vision through total darkness, smoke, fog, and glare. It can also provide temperature measurements for every pixel in the scene, granting accurate measurements should they be required. 

Backing up the thermal performance is the 64 MP visible light camera, compatible with a wide range of on-device processors and machine-learning applications. NVIDIA, Qualcomm, and more have all been tested for device support, with flexible 60 Hz video output in both USB and MIPI. Teledyne said the Hadron 640R is an easy, turnkey solution for those designers and developers looking to streamline the process and get their system to market that much quicker. OEM support and a single-system supplier in Teledyne further speeds along time-to-market, an invaluable change in the neverending arms race of consumer and enterprise technology.

“The Hadron 640R provides integrators the opportunity to deploy a high-performance dual-camera module into a variety of unmanned form factors from UAS to UGV thanks to its incredibly small size, weight, and power requirement,” said Michael Walters, vice president product management, Teledyne FLIR. “It is designed to maximize efficiency and its IP-54 rating protects the module from intrusion of dust and water from the outside environment.”  

FMI: www.flir.com/hadron640r

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