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FLIR Systems

April 13, 2017

FLIR Systems Reaches One Million Unit Milestone for Lepton Microcameras

WILSONVILLE, Ore. — FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced today it has produced its one millionth FLIR Lepton® microcamera core. Lepton is today the world’s smallest and most widely deployed microbolometer thermal imaging camera module. Additionally, FLIR announced it is making its highest resolution Lepton, FLIR Lepton 3, available to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for

November 8, 2016

FLIR Systems Completes Acquisition of Point Grey Research, Inc.

WILSONVILLE, OR  – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced today that it has successfully completed its previouslyannounced acquisition of the business of Point Grey Research Inc., for an aggregate purchase price of $259 million in cash, or an enterprise value of $256 million excluding Point Grey’s closing cash balance. Founded in 1997 and based in

May 10, 2015

FLIR Systems Announces New FLIR Vue Thermal Cameras for sUAS

WILSONVILLE, Ore., May 5, 2015 – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced the release of its new FLIR Vue – a compact thermal camera specifically designed for use on commercial sUAS. FLIR Vue makes FLIR’s world-leading thermal imaging capability more accessible to commercial drone operators by being easier to integrate, small and lightweight, and vastly more affordable than