DHL Develops Pharma Cold Chain Service Using CAEN RFID Tags

ThermoNet Protects Pharma Products in Real Time

caen rfidOnline  —  Since 2008 CAEN RFID has provided the temperature monitoring solution for international freight forwarder DHL.

DHL’s pharmaceutical customers asked the company to provide a service to further protect temperature-sensitive products such as vaccines and drugs.

The industry-standard practices were not able to alert customers in advance, so DHL needed a cold chain hardware solution. (more…)

AdaSky Adds $20M to continue innovating on its thermal FIR sensor

For autonomous vehicles & ADAS systems

Yokneam, Israel – AdaSky, pioneer in Far-Infrared technology (FIR) for autonomous vehicles, today announced it has secured $20M from lead investor, Sungwoo Hitech Co., Ltd, a leading global automotive supplier.

The investment is part of a larger round of funding, signifying industry endorsement of AdaSky’s technology, and will enable the company to expand globally. (more…)

ULIS launches ThermEye™ Building

A new product line dedicated to smart building applications


a new product line dedicated to smart building applicationsGrenoble, France  – ULIS has announced the launch of ThermEye Building, a thermal sensor line for system integrators of detection and people counting equipment for connected buildings. 

The ThermEye Building range includes two new products: ThermEye™-b90 and ThermEye™-b120.

These 80×80 pixel thermal sensors provide system integrators with advanced functionalities to detect presence (even when people are immobile) and localize and count people in order to improve capabilities in analyzing human activity and communicate with relevant smart building applications.


The media have started asking about climate change

“Climate? Tune in at 10” is on Grist’s Beacon

By Nikhil Swaminathan

President trump on scientist's political agendaOnline  —  “Last week, in the wake of the latest U.N. report, the Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan issued a challenge to journalists: ‘Climate change, she said, must be kept front and center with the pressure on and the stakes made abundantly clear at every turn.’

“The U.N. report’s alarming message that we have essentially a decade to take meaningful action on warming combined with Hurricane Michael ripping through the Southeastern U.S. ensured that the media couldn’t avoid talking climate change this weekend.

“CNN’s Jake Tapper and CBS’s John Dickerson asked Florida Senator Marco Rubio directly about the impact of climate change on storms like Michael. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos asked White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow if the president would act on warming.

“And in her 60 Minutes interview with President Donald Trump, Lesley Stahl asked him point blank: ‘Do you still think that climate change is a hoax?’ (more…)

FLIR Systems Receives $28.7M Award for Next Generation Chemical Detector

ruud.heijsman@flir.comFLIR Systems has received an award from the United States Department of Defense (DOD) Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JPEOCBRND) in support of the Multi-Phase Chemical Agent Detector (MPCAD) program.

The Other Transaction Authority Agreement (OTA) is valued at $28.7 million, with execution extending through mid-2022. A modified version of the FLIR Griffin™ G510 will form the basis of FLIR’s MPCAD solution.

The Griffin G510 is a portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GC-MS) system currently used by domestic and international response teams to perform real-time chemical threat confirmation in the field. This development will provide the ability to identify chemicals at low levels in aerosol, gas, liquid, and solid phases of matter.

It will provide the warfighter with field confirmation capabilities and better enable the Joint Forces to combat and interdict chemical weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

“We are proud to be selected as part of the US Military’s critical next generation chemical sensing program,” said James Cannon, Chief Executive Officer at FLIR.

“This award enables our team to further fulfill its mission to protect the lives and livelihoods of our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines against the threat of chemical attack.” Work under the contract is expected to be performed at FLIR’s facility in West Lafayette, Indiana, US.

For more information about the FLIR Griffin G510, visit or contact FLIR Systems on +32-3665-5100.

FLIR Systems, Inc. is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of sensor systems that enhance perception and awareness. FLIR’s advanced thermal imaging and threat detection systems are used for a wide variety of imaging, thermography, and security applications, including airborne and ground-based surveillance, condition monitoring, research and development, manufacturing process control, search and rescue, drug interdiction, navigation, transportation safety, border and maritime patrol, environmental monitoring, and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) detection. For more information, go to FLIR’s web site at

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NEW Thermal Measurement Recording & Analysis Software

FLIR Systems Updates ResearchIR

ResearchIR dashboardMeer, Belgium — ResearchIR 4.40 is a powerful, yet easy to-use thermal analysis software package for research grade uncooled and cooled cameras from FLIR Systems.

The latest revision of this software suite provides highly intuitive advanced camera control, high-speed data recording, image analysis, and data sharing.

Users of ResearchIR software now have access to an unmatched array of useful features for detailed thermal analysis. (more…)

HGH Systems launches new technologies for CYCLOPE 5.0

Tracking in Staring mode & V-LRF option

HGH at Eurosatory 2018Online — From June 11th to 15th, HGH exhibited at the leading International Land and Airland Defence and Security Exhibition. The organizers announced the number of visitors rose significantly during this 2018 edition.

HGH Infrared Systems launched the Automatic Tracking in staring mode feature for their 360° thermal sensors SPYNEL.

The infrared cameras, equipped with their Cyclope software, are now able to automatically track a threat in real time in staring mode, without requiring any manual intervention.

In ONE CLICK, the sensor stops spinning and starts staring at the threat, providing a video stream of 50 images per second !

The 360° thermal sensors SPYNEL-C and SPYNEL-M, respectively used for FOB protection and by special forces, were presented at the show: SPYNEL-C, one of HGH’s key products which has proven its worth in various defence applications, is continuously improved with the latest software innovations.

The five SPYNEL models never stop evolving, to suit the users’ growing needs and to support the modernization of the Defence industry. (more…)