FLIR's Thermal Night Vision Equipment Now Touch-screen Accessible

Press Release
Thursday, October 25, 2012
TZ Touch: Image courtesy of FLIR Systems

FLIR M‐Series is now compatible with TZTouch through Furuno’s Navnet TZTouch touch‐screen MFDs.

FLIR’s popular M‐Series line of thermal night vision just got easier to use than ever, Now all M‐Series functions can be directly accessed through Furuno’s Navnet TZTouch touch‐screen MFDs.

Change camera settings, optimize the video, and even pan and tilt the camera directly from your favorite Furuno TZTouch MFD. By incorporating “Pinch to Zoom” and “Tap to Point” functions, Furuno’s Navnet TZTouch software adds even more functionality to the camera.

Just tap the screen to make the camera look in any direction, or zoom in and out on targets of interest with your fingertips.

The TZTouch software also adds to the camera’s tracking capabilities by automatically tracking radar and AIS targets, buoys, and even people in the water, so operators can effortlessly keep the things in view that they need to see.

Furuno Navnet TZtouch MFDs can also graphically display the cameras field of view on the chart by overlaying the area currently under view by the camera on the plotter display, making camera pointing and interpretation simple.

About FLIR Systems: Pioneers in infrared technology, FLIR designs, manufactures, and supports thermal imaging systems and subsystems for industrial, scientific, government, commercial, and firefighting applications.
 

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