FLIR’s Thermal Drone Scavenger Hunt Quickfire event is fun, competitive, and happening right now. Sign up to challenge yourself – and to win prizes that you really want… like free training and a lifetime of glory!
The program runs until 7/2/2020. Details are below – but sign up at this page.
Join in the FLIR Thermal Drone Scavenger Hunt quickfire event.
Here are the details:
1) Fly any drone with any FLIR Thermal camera
2) Take thermal photos and submit five new photos from this list of subjects:
Roof, Animal, Person, Car, Fire hydrant, Solar panels, Lawn
3) Photos must be date stamped within the date range of this event.
Please follow all drone laws and regulations. This is for fun, please do not take any undue risks for this event.
Randall Warnas and Brett Kanda will be judging the submissions. The criteria for winning and prizes are:
1st place winner will receive a free ITC sUAS Level I Class for submitting the best group of images Three runners up will receive a FLIR DELTA Challenge Coin The operator that finds the most interesting fault, as determined at the discretion of the judges, will receive a FLIR ONE Pro
Start date: 6/4/20
End date: 7/2/20
Winner will be announced via the FLIR Facebook page on 7/3/20.
Complete the form on this page to officially enter and you will be led to a Box folder for image submission.
NOTE: When you get to the Thank You message, click “link to download” to submit your images.
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