Over the past two years FLIR has put a lot of time and energy into the creation of educational content to bring understanding about the capabilities of drones, thermal imaging sensors, and bring the community a little closer together. If you are involved in the drone industry, or are looking into the potential of this technology for industrial applications, thermal should be toward the top of your list. Your support and feedback is extremely important to FLIR, so please let them know what you want to know more about.
This is the newest addition to their efforts. They just released their second episode of the series sitting down with Nikhil Vadhavkar, CEO of Raptor Maps. They are proud to have a unique place in the industry where they have little direct competition and can work directly with every major stakeholder when it comes to drone technology. These podcasts are casual conversations about the individual journeys and perspectives of each guest. They talk a lot about what it’s like to start businesses, mistakes you might avoid, and what might be shaping the drone industry in the future. FLIR wouldn’t spend the time doing these if they didn’t think that nearly every person around this industry could benefit. Please take a listen, subscribe, and provide your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first season of FLIR Delta was a video series hosted by long time FLIR drone guy Dave Lee. These are short 3-5 minute videos answering some of the most frequent questions they get about their technology. There are some that are general and others that discuss best practices for specific applications. This is a sure way for you to improve your understanding of this technology. Check out the videos.
FLIR has done a number of webinars and other speaking engagements in the past, and they host these all on their training page. They have covered the basics of aerial thermal imaging, public safety applications, solar inspection, and more. If you want to dig even further into this technology, check out the training page. These are definitely worth your time.
These updates are meant to keep you in the loop and allow you to leverage their work to improve your results. Whether you are a super end-user, reseller, or strategic partner, knowledge is power.