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FLIR Technology Keeps One of Canada’s Largest Container Ports Safe and Secure

FLIR Technology Keeps One of Canada’s Largest Container Ports Safe and Secure

The Port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia is Canada’s second largest container port and North America’s fastest growing port for transpacific trade. As such, the Port of Prince Rupert is committed to providing mariners with safe, efficient, and productive port operations.

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How Raymarine RealVision 3D™ & CHIRP SideVision™ Reveals Key Structure

How Raymarine RealVision 3D™ & CHIRP SideVision™ Reveals Key Structure

Since its launch at the Miami International Boat Show in February 2017, Raymarine’s game-changing Axiom units with RealVision 3D technology have been shaking up the marine electronics industry.

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FLIR 232 Marine Thermal Camera Receives DAME Design  Award Special Mention Product News

FLIR 232 Marine Thermal Camera Receives DAME Design Award Special Mention

The new FLIR M232 marine thermal night vision camera has received a DAME Design Award Special Mention accolade in the ‘Marine Electronics and Marine Related Software’ category at this year’s METSTRADE. Launched in February of this year, the M232 belongs to the FLIR M100 and M200 series and is FLIR’s smallest and most affordable pan and tilt marine thermal night vision camera. Using FLIR’s latest generation Boson™ thermal core, the M232 lets boaters see at night in 320 x 240 thermal resolution and features 4x digital zoom. The ground-breaking M232 also offers full pan and tilt for viewing 360 degrees in both vertical and horizontal planes.

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FLIR Continues Winning Streak at 2017 NMEA Conference

FLIR Continues Winning Streak at 2017 NMEA Conference

FLIR Maritime’s M-625CS Gyro-Stabilized Thermal Imaging Camera was recognized as the 2017 Product of Excellence in the Marine Cameras category at the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Annual Convention and Expo held in Bellevue, WA September 26 -28, 2017.

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