Photonis provides the unfair advantage with the new 4G Night Vision Standard

Defence

Photonis provides the unfair advantage with the new 4G Night Vision Standard

Wednesday, 16.09.2015

London, 16 september 2015.
 
The first day of the Defence and Security Equipment International 2015 (DSEI), held in London Excel Exhibition Centre showed great success for PHOTONIS. PHOTONIS launched a new 4G Night Vision 16 mm INTENS Image Intensifier. As SWaP requirements for man portable equipment become more critical, the new INTENS 16 mm intensifier opens up a new market to users. Night Vision goggles, monocles and weapon sights can now be equipped with the highest night vision performance available today that meet SWaP demands.
 
Simultaneously PHOTONIS displayed its latest addition digital sensors NOCTURN - LYNX (monochrome) and KAMELEON (color) camera cores. These new sensors enable Low Light Digital Imaging for weapon sight, helmet mounted and precision targeting applications. The latest sensor launched at DSEI is the EBCMOS; an Electronic Bombarded CMOS sensor that enables digital imaging at Night Level 5 (down to 10 µ lux, or overcast starlight). EBCMOS digital imaging can operate in extreme low light, has a ruggedized housing, a high frame rate, no latency and a resolution optimal for mobile applications.
 
The OPTSYS Night Vision Ruggedized Camera Driver Periscope application was also demonstrated on the PHOTONIS booth. So solution is developed by OPTSYS and supported with PHOTONIS Digital Imaging.  The PHOTONIS team was kept extremely busy in the purpose designed Starlight Demonstration Room, where visitors were given live demonstrations of the latest Night Vision and Extreme Low Light digital imaging solutions that provide users with The Unfair Advantage.

To receive your own demonstration in our Starlight Room and see our latest products make sure you visit the PHOTOIS stand in Hall N4 – booth 244.
The PHOTONIS team will be exhibiting there until Friday 18 September.

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