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HGH Infrared Systems wins contract to equip warships with SPYNEL panoramic thermal cameras

HGH Infrared Systems has won a multi-million contract from a shipyard, to equip three new warships with the latest generation of SPYNEL panoramic thermal cameras. In a context of maritimisation of the global economy, HGH Infrared Systems affirms its position in the field of security optronics for wide area surveillance. Edouard Campana, Sales Director at HGH Infrared Systems, said: "We are proud to have been selected as the preferred wide area surveillance sensor manufacturer by an African navy...

HGH Infrared Systems present their next-gen thermal sensors and laser range finder option for the Defence Industry at MSPO 2018

After a great success at Eurosatory 2018, HGH Infrared Systems continue their technological innovations tour in Poland at MSPO 2018. The company recently launched new technologies to support the modernisation of the Defence industry: CYCLOPE 5.0, the Tracking in Staring mode feature and the highly awarded V-LRF option. 360° thermal sensors The 360° thermal sensors SPYNEL-C and SPYNEL-M, respectively used for FOB protection and by special forces, will be presented at the show. SPYNEL-C...

Security & Counter Terror Expo 2016 to provide knowledge for protecting nations and assets

The Security & Counter Terror Expo will provide valuable knowledge to those tasked with protecting nations and assets Over recent years the threat of terrorism has increased exponentially and today terrorist activity is undertaken on an almost a daily basis. In 2015 alone, there were more than 380 recorded terrorist attacks by violent non-state actors for political or unknown motives. These attacks are now wide reaching and intercontinental. The Nigerian government is...

HGH Infrared Systems to present Spynel-M panoramic thermal imaging camera for perimeter security at ASIS 2015

Spynel-M system continuously captures full panoramic, high-definition images every second At this year’s 61st annual ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits in Anaheim, CA. HGH Infrared Systems will debut their latest advancement in panoramic infrared thermal imaging sensors, the Spynel-M. While this is not the first time HGH has presented at the world-renowned security tradeshow, it will mark the first time the Spynel-M, which was launched in May of 2015, will be on dis...

HGH Infrared Systems’ Spynel sensors apt for port surveillance

Spynel sensors are the only thermal cameras that can provide a wide 360 degree field of view The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has reported a sharp increase in the number of incidents from this past quarter (January-March 2015) in relation to the same time period in 2013 where there were 29 incidents reported; 38 have already been reported for Q1 2015. When compared with the same period from 2014, the a...

HGH Infrared launches Spynel-M panoramic thermal imaging system for power plant security

Once every four days the US power grid is struck by a physical or cyber-attack, according to a new study published by USA Today, detailing analysis from federal energy records. Disabling a few critical substations across the country could result in widespread power outages, inflicting detrimental damage to millions of people and the power systems they rely on -heating and air conditioning units, traffic lights and medical equipment.  Despite the 362 reported incidents against electrical gri...

HGH Infrared System launches Spynel-M at ISC West 2015

Spynel-M surveillance system is a rugged and compact solution for wide area surveillance Following the award-winning international success of their widely recognised line of panoramic IRST cameras, HGH Infrared Systems is proud to announce the launch of their latest Spynel model, the Spynel-M. With dimensions of less than 12x20cm and weight of only 1.8 kg, the Spynel-M is a cost-effective, rugged, and compact solution for wide area surveillance. One single Spynel-M sensor effe...

White House incident draws attention to threats from drones

Drone is a toy with a bright future—until it causes a catastrophe Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, are today’s gizmo du jour. A recent Bloomberg article reported that Amazon alone is selling more than 10,000 a month, and with prices as low as $50, it’s a toy with a bright future—until it causes a catastrophe. Consider the January incident at the White House when a drunken National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency employee lost control of a quadcopter...