FLIR Systems delivers $2 million in thermal security cameras to U.S. airports

PORTLAND, Ore., 11 Dec. 2007. FLIR Systems Inc. executives have revealed that the company won multiple awards totaling $2 million during 2007 to supply thermal security cameras to airports around the U.S.

PORTLAND, Ore., 11 Dec. 2007. FLIR Systems Inc. executives have revealed that the company won multiple awards totaling $2 million during 2007 to supply thermal security cameras to airports around the U.S.

FLIR's thermal and multisensor security cameras were selected for installation at major airports throughout the country, including Dallas-Ft. Worth, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and the New York area's four major airports -- Kennedy, LaGuardia, Newark, and Teterboro. The installations are part of the Department of Homeland Security's domestic airport Perimeter Intrusion Detection initiative.

FLIR's thermal security cameras are well-suited to secure the long perimeters typically associated with major airports. Their performance features enable them to see intruders at night without expensive and intrusive lighting infrastructure making them flexible and effective airport security tools.

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