At the ENFORCE TAC Exhibition held this week in Nuremberg, HGH is showcasing the panoramic thermal sensors SPYNEL, used for perimeter security and temporary surveillance applications around the world.
The 360° thermal imager SPYNEL-M, showcased at booth #12-426, is HGH’s most compact perimeter security system, particularly adapted to temporary surveillance. Used by Special Forces around the world, the panoramic IR sensor detects, identifies and confirms the presence of imminent threats, and tracks them automatically.
SPYNEL-M’s small dimensions and weight allow for an easy transport and a fast deployment. Completely passive, SPYNEL-M guarantees the stealth of users.
Cost-effective solution for surveillance
Edouard Campana, Sales Director at HGH, stated: “Spynel-M is a cost effective, rugged and compact solution for wide-area surveillance, taking advantage of fifteen years of experience in major military operations. The sensor benefits from the performance of the intuitive advanced intrusion detection software CYCLOPE, which automatically tracks and detects an unlimited number of targets from any direction.”
The Laser Range Finder, aligned with the IR and visible channels, provides the exact distance of the smallest threats
Speaking of the CYCLOPE software, Mr. Campana added: “We will also showcase exciting possibilities available in the new CYCLOPE version, such as the Alarm Management Module, the Automatic Tracking in Staring mode, automatic classification, digital elevation model and many more features.”
SPYNEL V-LRF anti-drone solution
The ENFORCE TAC tradeshow being particularly oriented towards unmanned technologies, HGH will also present the SPYNEL V-LRF anti-drone solution. This award-winning technology consists in equipping SPYNEL sensors with a full HD visible channel and a x30 optical zoom, to ensure a better and quicker identification.
The Laser Range Finder, aligned with the IR and visible channels, provides the exact distance of the smallest threats, such as UAVs.
Meet HGH Infrared Systems at booth #12-426 at ENFORCE TAC, Nuremberg Exhibition Center.