Thermal Imager Meets Security And Defense Requirements

HGH Infrared Systems’ SPYNEL panoramic thermal sensor family offers five panoramic thermal imager models to answer recurrent security and defense requirements: critical infrastructure protection, self-protection of ships, border security, FOB protection, human intrusion detection, and drone flyover tracking. All SPYNEL security sensors are operated by CYCLOPE, an advanced image processing software analyzing in real-time the panoramic images day and night. 

 

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The 360° thermal sensors SPYNEL-C and SPYNEL-M are used for FOB protection and by special forces globally. SPYNEL-C is one of HGH’s key security products and has proven its worth in various defense applications. SPYNEL-M is the most compact 360° thermal imager, often carried in a backpack to be deployed in remote places or ensuring the security of a VIP procession. For more information, visit HGH Infrared Systems.

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