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The FLIR Vue Pro was introduced in 2015 but is still one of the best thermal cameras for drones. Its small size and powerful sensor make it an ideal option for many uses, and its lower price point makes it perfect for anyone that needs thermal on a tight budget.
FLIR shows just how powerful a tool the Vue Pro can be for commercial applications. At roughly 11 seconds into this video it becomes very clear which solar panel has a damaged cell. Without leaving the ground, the operator can check to see if there is a problem, and dispatch a technician only when a problem is discovered.
The FLIR Vue Pro gives drone operators and thermographers the power to gather accurate, non-contact temperature measurements from an aerial perspective. Available in performance or radiometric, the Vue Pro is an extremely powerful thermal imaging camera in a very small package.
The radiometric option for the FLIR Vue Pro offers calibrated temperature data in every single pixel. That means instead of just visualizing the temperature differences as with a performance camera, the images can be viewed in FLIR Tools and the actual temperature can be read for every single pixel in the image. This is an incredible advantage for many professionals that require in-depth data for their clients or in their own personal enterprise.
The FLIR UAS app (available for iOS and Android) allows operators to easily set color palettes, image optimization features, and configure PWM inputs all without having to take a computer into the field.