Boson Development Board (250-0705-00)

A breakout board is available for Boson users and integrators that need easy access to the Boson I/O and interfaces. This board is designed for development purposes, and is not intended or rated for long-term reliability over temperature. Improvements from the original breakout board (SKU 250-0593-00) include exposing the data_valid signal for CMOS video, selection for the power input while using USB (USB or externally supplied power through banana plug), and external sync input/output.

Boson Lens Focus Tool (261-2609-00)

A Boson lens focus tool is an accessory needed to change the focus of wide field of view lenses.

Neutrino LC Camera Link Accessory

The Camera Link accessory converts CMOS video signal into a Camera-Link-compliant output via SDR-26 receptacle. Communication and power are provided via a standard USB-3 micro-B.

Neutrino LC Demonstration Lens

A 22 mm fixed focal length, f/5.5 lens provides a 25°horizontal field of view (HFOV). Includes a mechanical housing for the lens and allows for focus capability via keyed lens barrel and threaded barrel/housing.

Neutrino LC Development Kit

Provides all output options on a single PCB and easy access to the full 80-pin camera interface for development. Includes a flex cable between the board and the camera and a wire harness to the cooler interface.

Neutrino LC USB VPC Kit

The USB Video Power Connector (VPC) kit turns the Neutrino LC camera into a webcam. Power, digital video, and comm are all via USB2. The kit includes a USB-A to USB-C cable.

Neutrino LC USB/Analog VPC Kit

The USB VPC kit with an additional custom 6-foot cable with a BNC pigtail provides an additional analog video signal (NTSC-compliant).

Neutrino LC Utility Kit

Provides all output options on a single PCB. Includes a wire harness to the cooler interface. The accessory board converts video signal into a Camera-Link-compliant output via a SDR-26 receptacle.

Neutrino SX8 Accessory Board

The Utility Kit provides Camera link and HDMI video output to a single development electronics board. The kit includes a wire harness for camera and cooler power. Communication and power to the Neutrino SX8 camera electronics is provided via a USB driver to a virtual COM port. External sync input/output signals are provided with standard MCX connectors. A header connector is provided for RS-422 lens control.

Neutrino SX8 Demonstration Lens

A 30 mm fixed focal length, f/2.5 lens provides a 32° HFOV. Includes a mechanical housing for the lens and allows for focus capability via keyed lens barrel and threaded barrel/housing.

Prism AI

Object Detection and Tracking Software Libraries

Prism AI is a collection of software libraries that enable classification, object detection, and object tracking operating on low-power embedded processors from Qualcomm and NVIDIA. The Teledyne FLIR perception software and powerful, efficient embedded processors enable developers to bring decision support and computational imaging to the edge.

Compatible with Teledyne FLIR market-leading thermal modules, including Boson®, Tau® 2, Hadron™ 640R, and Neutrino®, Prism AI provides high-performance models trained on the world’s largest application-specific thermal image datasets. Perception software models are available for automotive, ground ISR, air-to-ground, and counter-drone applications.

Prism ISP

Advanced Computational Image Processing Software

Prism ISP is a collection of image signal processing (ISP) software libraries that include super-resolution, electronic image stabilization, image fusion, turbulence mitigation, noise reduction, and more. Compiled to run on low-power embedded processors from Qualcomm and NVIDIA, enabling developers to bring computational imaging to the edge while improving performance, lowering development costs, and shortening time to market.

Prism ISP is compatible with Teledyne FLIR market-leading thermal cores including Boson®, Tau® 2, Hadron™, and Neutrino®. The ISP libraries enable integrators to leverage high-performance ISP algorithms that dramatically enhance the viewed image quality and AI capabilities of world-class infrared camera modules for defense, industrial, and commercial applications.

Prism™ AI - Auto

Detection and Tracking Software Framework for Automotive Perception System Development

Prism AI - Auto is a software framework that provides classification, object detection, and object tracking enabling perception engineers to quickly start integrating thermal cameras for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle (AV) systems. Developers can use Prism AI as the primary perception software or as reference while taking advantage of camera calibration tools, along with visible-and-thermal fusion and advanced image processing capabilities that offer superior perception capability, especially for pedestrian and animal detection.

Compatible with Teledyne FLIR market-leading thermal cameras including Boson®, Tau® 2, and the FLIR ADK, Prism AI features camera-to-ECU authentication, a key requirement for automotive production deployment. Prism AI tools provide simplified data integration with Teledyne FLIR Conservator™ dataset development software as well as the industry’s largest thermal-and-visible training dataset. The combination of validated models with successful performance in NCAP-based automatic emergency braking (AEB) tests, AI tools, ONNX model plugins, and annotation services decreases development cost and shortens time to market for a thermal-enabled ADAS or AV systems.

Tau SDK

Software Development Kit

The FLIR SDK allows customers the capability to integrate software that can communicate and perform camera functions. There are 2 main components that comprise the FLIR SDK: Windows Host SDK and Embedded Host SDKM. The Windows Host SDK provides source code (C, C++), samples(C++, C# VB), and binaries (DLL's) that aid customers in the development of camera integration software in a Microsoft Windows OS environment.The Embedded Host SDK provides low level source code written in C, that allows the developer to integrate the SDK with the FLIR camera on a non-Windows OS. Standard driver interfaces are provided by the SDK source code, but the low level drivers (e,g UART) need to supplied by the developer.