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Eurosatory 2018: FLIR adopts ambitious growth strategy

4th June 2018 - 13:00 GMT | by Alice Budge in London

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Soldier modernisation programmes pursued by militaries around the world offer lucrative opportunities for producers of advanced sensing solutions.

Providing essential technology for both modern soldier systems and platforms, companies such as US-based FLIR are positioning themselves to offer sensors that are fully networked and utilise the latest tools in AI and machine learning.

Announced on May 16, FLIR’s new corporate strategy is a blueprint for how the company intends to expand into new markets, including unmanned and radar systems and increase its global footprint, with its eye on opportunities in Europe and North America.

‘Our continued partnership in

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