FLIR Systems has launched a new high-definition mid-range surveillance system designed to detect illegal activities, for example by drones, even in degraded weather conditions. The Ranger HDC MR uses embedded analytics and image processing to reduce the cognitive workload, enabling operators to distinguish quickly between true threats and false alarms. The system is equipped with a high-definition thermal imager with a 1280 x 720 detector and a 1920 x 1080 HD color TV camera.
The man-portable FLIR Ranger® R8SS-3D has the vertical coverage, low minimum detection velocity and algorithms to detect and track up to 500 drone targets simultaneously, while filtering bird detections. The R8SS-3D can monitor the coverage area four times per second, running 24/7, detecting all ground and aerial threats in virtually any climate, day and night. Compact and lightweight, it fits in a backpack, draws only 135W, while costing much less than its vehicle-sized counterparts.
The FLIR Triton™ PT-Series HD is an advanced dual-sensor security system, combining a cooled or uncooled 640 × 480 resolution thermal sensor, a 1080p HD visible-light imaging sensor, and a high speed, precision pan/tilt system. The Triton PT-Series HD integrates easily with FLIR United VMS 8.0, as well as other major third party video management systems, making it an extremely versatile solution for critical infrastructure protection in total darkness, bright sun, and adverse conditions.