Homeland Security Group Launches Panoramic Thermal Imaging Camera
Homeland Security Group recently announced the release of its IR 360 Panoramic Thermal Imaging Camera system.
The camera features a cooled, high resolution thermal imaging sensor rotating continuously at 1 revolution/sec for total 360-degree azimuth coverage. The IR 360 incorporates a number of advanced features in a compact package providing high image quality and detection capabilities.
The IR 360’s continuously monitored ultra wide panoramic field of view insures that no event is missed, even over extremely large areas in total darkness, or through fog and smoke.
The IR 360’s Windows based software interface is easy to learn and intuitive, providing a clear display of the panoramic image as well as the ability zoom on areas of interest. The IR 360 provides great flexibility in accessing and displaying thermal imagery of events and intrusions in the field of view. A powerful algorithm performs detection of targets in complex backgrounds. Detection and tracking of intruders is immediate and automatic.
Some of the detection uses of the camera include perimeter security, airport traffic monitoring, intrusion detection along with coastal and border passive surveillance.