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Flir Systems scoops Plus X awards

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Flir Systems has won six Plus X awards for two of its thermal imaging cameras as well as 'The Most Innovative Brand of The Year' grand-prix award at this year's Plus X Awards ceremony, held in Cologne, Germany.

The Plus X Awards is Europe's largest contest for technology, sport and lifestyle products.

The two infrared cameras submitted for the judges' consideration were the Flir P660, a high resolution, off-the-shelf, hand-held infrared camera, and the Flir i5, a pocket-sized thermal imaging camera.

Both cameras were judged in the five Plus X award categories: innovation, design, ease-of-use/functionality, ergonomics, and ecology and both won awards for innovation, ease-of-use and ecology. As Flir had totalled more Plus X awards in its product group than any other entrant, the company also received 'The Most Innovative Brand of the Year' award.

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