Using FLIR ONE for personal security and more

How’s it going, FLIR ONE app developers?  The ThermoVisual Motion Detector Android app by Mobile Toys and Tools was just chosen as the winner of the Q1 FLIR ONE app contest – congratulations to Devrim Onder!  ThermoVisual Motion Detector harnesses the power of thermal imaging in a creative and useful way as a personal security device that’s well […]

FLIR ONE Apps – current and future

The FLIR ONE apps universe continues to expand this month with “FLIR Approved App” approvals for Thin Blue Line (a safety & law enforcement app), Naviplotter (a marine navigational app), Thermal Analysis Plus (a thermal education app), and a construction app from Infrasoft. You’ll be able to get them from the Apple App store or [...]

The significance of the Cat S60

The 30+ apps that have been developed and launched for the FLIR ONE so far have demonstrated innovative and interesting ways that consumers can use thermal imaging, and frankly the developers behind those apps are breaking new ground. There are literally millions of consumers out there using smartphones and tablets every day that are hungry [...]

Late summer app update

Here at FLIR we’ve invested a tremendous amount of time and resources over the past few years making the FLIR ONE devices and FLIR ONE apps into things that can and will change the way consumers see the world around them. Consumer demand for those products is very strong and growing fast, and we’re already […]

Announcing an Android SDK two-for-one!

The first half of 2016 has been a a very busy time for the FLIR ONE Developer Program— from CES and Mobile World Congress, to the Hack the Heat events, to the development of new developer tools, to the release of new FLIR ONE apps— there’s been a flurry of activity. There are some particularly […]

London 2016 – Hack the Heat event report

55 developers joined us at the Innovation Warehouse in London June 17-19th for a fun weekend of hacking and making, and in the end 12 projects were presented including several viable smartphone apps and maker solutions. We mixed things up a bit this time with an interesting new set of challenges and prizes, and the […]

June developer update

As I write this, I’m in London getting ready for this weekend’s 2016 Hack the Heat London event. I’m really excited about this one. Hosting developer events is an important part of FLIR’s effort to rally a global community of developers around creating cool new thermal imaging-focused apps and solutions for consumers, and as you […]

San Francisco 2016 – Hack the Heat event report

Dear Developer, Hosting developer events is an important part of FLIR’s efforts to rally a global community of developers around creating cool new thermal imaging-focused apps and solutions for consumers. Last weekend we hosted the 2016 Hack The Heat Challenge in San Francisco and the teams that created apps for at the event were truly […]