Infrared for Recreational and Commercial Maritime

Safety on or near the water is everyone’s primary responsibility and concern.

Infrared Imagers allow you to see in complete darkness. Whether maneuvering to a mooring anchor after dark, heading out to your boat after dinner for a cruise, getting out of the harbor in the morning hours going to work or immediately identifying people or debris in the water, use of an Infrared Thermal Imager is an efficient and cost-effective tool no mariner should go without.

Safety on the Water

Safety is always top priority when on the water. Limited visibility and darkness are more easily dealt with through the use of an Infrared Imager which senses heat and not light. “See” what your eyes cannot to increase the safety for your crew, your boat and yourself. Channel markers, floating debris and other non-illuminated vessels are all clearly visible with a thermal camera. Thermal cameras keep commercial fishermen working at night while keeping the vessel and her crew safe.  Thermal imagers such as FLIR’s First Mate allow you to see in complete darkness. Whether maneuvering to a mooring anchor after dark, heading out to your boat after dinner for a cruise, getting out of the harbor in the morning hours going to work or immediately identifying people or debris in the water, use of an Infrared Thermal Imager is an efficient and cost-effective tool no mariner should go without.

Martime Thermal Imaging Cameras:

MaritimeFLIR’s First Mate II Series Infrared Cameras allow you to see in complete darkness. Whether maneuvering to a mooring anchor after dark, walking to your vehicle in at night, hiking past sunset or positioning yourself to hunt in the pre-dawn hours, immediately identify and avoid dangerous situations. Use of an affordable Infrared camera is an efficient and cost-effective tool!  No recreational or commercial mariner should go without. And neither should you!

 

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