FLIR Systems, Inc. (FLIR) is one of the global leaders in infrared cameras, night vision and thermal imaging systems. It is engaged in designing, manufacturing and marketing of the thermal imaging systems and infrared camera systems in the US and internationally. Its products are used in several applications like commercial, industrial and government markets in over 60 countries. The company undertakes its business through three reportable segments such as Thermography, Commercial Vision Systems and Government Systems. The company offers a wide range of infrared cameras and accessories for beginners to seasoned pros available.

The FLIR Systems, Inc. - Financial and Strategic Analysis Review is an in-depth business, strategic and financial analysis of FLIR Systems, Inc.. The report provides a comprehensive insight into the company, including business structure and operations, executive biographies and key competitors. The hallmark of the report is the detailed strategic analysis of the company. This highlights its strengths and weaknesses and the opportunities and threats it faces going forward.

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- The report provides detailed financial ratios for the past five years as well as interim ratios for the last four quarters.
- Financial ratios include profitability, margins and returns, liquidity and leverage, financial position and efficiency ratios.

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