Anton Hoffman, Christian Högstedt, Adam Sjöberg, Mikael Erlandsson
Howl, Malmö, Sweden
Thermal imaging cameras can provide valuable information for the assessment of the energy efficiency of buildings, the detection of deficiencies in electrical installations and other similar tasks. The professional thermal imaging cameras of the innovative FLIR Exx-Series enable sophisticated building inspections. Based on an easy to understand point-and-shoot approach to operation, the camera allows users in their daily work to search for and identify invisible problems in constructions and analyse them in depth. The design of the camera impresses with a large and clearly arranged display with an optimised graphical user interface that continuously supports the users’ crucial decisions. The interface promotes the most-wanted and relevant information in every specific moment, resulting in highly goal-oriented work processes. Giving users the possibility to utilise and manoeuvre the camera and its functions with one hand, with thick protective gloves or via the touchscreen, the FLIR Exx-Series covers a wide range of user scenarios and adapts easily to deliver in a myriad of different situations. The camera is protected by a durable and compact body that can easily withstand impacts and shocks in tough industrial work environments. This thermal imaging camera helps to prevent fire as well as other dangerous occurrences, as well as to save energy and costs. It inspires the user with its cleverly thought-out and at any time self-explanatory design.
Statement by the jury
»The thermal imaging cameras of the FLIR Exx-Series impress with their perfect and successful integral design. They are distinguished by a distinctive appearance and impressive latest state-of-art functionality. Solid materials not only give this product its scope of use, they also underline its high degree of professionalism. Ergonomically very well thought-out, the camera, with its pistol grip, can be easily operated to perform various tasks.«