Thermal by FLIR powers new ruggedised mobile phone and assisted reality wearable solution


Teledyne FLIR recently showcased two new Thermal by FLIR products with collaborators Blackview and RealWear at Mobile World Congress (MWC).

The new rugged BL9000 Pro 5G mobile phone from Blackview and the new RealWear Navigator Z1 assisted-reality wearable feature the FLIR Lepton 3.5 thermal micro camera module.

Ruggedised mobile handset from Blackview

The new Blackview BL9000 Pro features MyFLIR Pro, with the upgraded app empowering BL9000 Pro users with the patented image processing capability, VividIR, along with advanced features including temperature alerts, isotherms and MSX intensity adjustment to view thermal images in greater detail.

The BL9000 Pro can also interface with the Teledyne FLIR Mobile SDK for Android OS, allowing for approved third party apps and enterprise software integration.

 “This is the only handset on the market with the latest Android 14, FLIR Lepton 3.5, 5G connectivity, and MyFLIR Pro advanced thermal ecosystem offerings, making it the ultimate smartphone device for getting the job done in harsh environments,” said David Xu, founder, general manager, and CEO, Blackview.

“We are proud to launch an enhanced, ruggedised handset that provides a masterful blend of practicality and innovation in technology and design.”

Assisted reality wearable from RealWear

RealWear’s Navigator Z1 hands-free headset is the first intrinsically safe assisted-reality thermal product built for oil and gas professionals in production environments.

The Z1 allows for hands-free communication and two-way data sharing that revolutionises knowledge sharing while tackling operational inefficiencies and mitigating safety risks.

RealWear’s hardware and software, enabled by the power of the FLIR Lepton 3.5, provide streamlined workflows in the most hazardous of environments.

Comprehensive support for thermal advancement

It is always impressive to see the new ways that our innovative Thermal by FLIR collaborators integrate our camera modules and use our experience to develop cutting-edge, high-value products to industry and consumers,” said Mike Walters, vice president, uncooled thermal imaging camera cores, Teledyne FLIR. 

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