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Teledyne Flir: Thermal Camera Systems

Sandy Interviews John Eggert Teledyne Flir Thermal Camera Systems

In this long form interview Sandy Munro sits down with John Eggert from Teledyne FLIR to have a discuss as well as a demonstration of their thermal camera system.

The interview starts with a background of John, starting with Spartan Electronics. John also got the chance to work with Allen K. Breed, the man who championed airbags starting with ball-in-tube sensor devices, way back in the day. John has always been a proponent of automotive safety systems and moved into the LIDAR sales arena becoming one of the first LIDAR sales people in 2015, then finally seeing that FLIR offers more safety and advantages auto companies, John joined their ranks.

FLIR (Now Teledyne FLIR) is prolific in the automotive industry having produced and sold over 1M sensors for vehicles with 100% of the market share in it’s particular niche area. Teledyne FLIR has produced many breakthroughs in thermal camera technology over the past 17 years starting with the BMW models going forward.

In this video, John leads Sandy on a complete tour of how the FLIR system works with vehicles in a live driving situation, showing how FLIR is the best technology for safety as they can see living beings better than any other system out there.

If you are interested in how FLIR will work with upcoming ADAS systems, or even if you are just a technology enthusiast, this video will impress the viewer and inform them thoroughly! Click below to see the video:


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