All-In-One Intrusion Detection Solution for Any Size System
FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) introduced the FB-Series ID, the latest fixed bullet thermal security camera in the FB-Series family. Combining best-in-class thermal image detail and high-performance onboard analytics, the FB-Series ID is ideal for narrow to wide area perimeter detection and sterile-zone monitoring.
The FB-Series ID features accurate video analytics that are capable of classifying human or vehicular intrusions. Combined with FLIR’s custom Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE), the FB-Series ID provides unmatched image contrast and sharpness, which improves analytic performance, resulting in fewer false alarms.
The FB-Series ID is certified for integration with major third-party video management systems (VMS), as well as FLIR’s United VMS. Outfitted to act as a standalone security system, the FB-Series-ID can also handoff classified intrusions to FLIR pan-tilt-zoom cameras for autonomous tracking of intruders.
Featuring FLIR’s superior 320×240 resolution thermal imaging sensor, the FB-Series ID can detect potential intruders in total darkness, and through sun glare, smoke, dust, and light fog. Five lens options – 93, 49, 24, 12 and 9-degree field of views – offer wide to narrow coverage and reduce the number of cameras needed to monitor fence lines, perimeters, and open areas.
“As the first FB-Series camera with built-in analytics, the FB-Series ID provides an all-in-one intrusion detection system that classifies human or vehicular intrusions with low false alarm rates,” said John Distelzweig, Vice President and General Manager of FLIR’s Security segment. “The FB-Series ID solidifies FLIRs initiative to expand artificial intelligence and bring thermal imaging to more customers.”
The FLIR FB-Series ID comes with FLIR’s industry-leading 10-year warranty on the thermal sensor and a three-year warranty on the camera, and will be available for order in late December 2017 through established FLIR dealers and integrators.Source: flir.com