Hawkvision is a field proven, uncooled thermal imaging camera meant for surveillance and inspection applications from sUAVs/Drones.The camera core is smaller than 25mm x 25mm, weighs less than 40g…Continue
"@Pradeep - Have you looked at VIP-ST board from Tonbo Imaging? It is a very small form factor board ideal for UAVs and has built-in support for real-time Video Stabilization, Object Tracking, MJPEG/H.264 streaming. You can reach them at…"
"Ravi, as you can imagine it is not practical to hand out thermal imagers as trial units. We can sell you a demo unit at a discounted price. Where in Asia are you based? If you are in Bangalore, you can swing by to our India R&D centre and see a…"
"@Arvind, we would be happy to oblige - we have just delivered 22 SurVoyeur MK-II aircraft with EO/IR gimbal ( QUARK and SONY Block cam) and expect a follow-up block order in the next 6 to 8 months - send me a camera and I will fit it in our…"
"Nampilot, you are on target here. The Chinese camera you mention and the Israeli cameras use an older ULIS detector with relatively poor non-linearity in response. We use a fairly sensitive detector with more predictable responsivity. Our cameras…"
"You do not need to rotate it up or look at a uniform black body for NUC. It is calibrated across temperature ranges from -20 to +60 and uses scene information for NUC
This works ONLY in quite specific and unique image conditions - We have used…"
"Fair enough. Pricing in single quantities for QVGA is in the $3k range and
for VGA resolution in the $5k range. Exact pricing will depend on the optics chosen.
We also make onboard video processing systems that can accept 2 video input, perform…"
"Why can't you just publish a price? Why all the cloak and dagger? If you're going to come to a diy site and spam your products (there's nothing interesting in this 'blog' other than the product itself) why…"
HawkVision is a non ITAR full frame rate camera. Manufactured in Singapore and India, it is based on a high sensitivity ASi detector and comes with DLC coated Ge optics.
It is completely shutterless. You do not need to rotate it up or…"
"Also, remember that as with all shutterless thermal cameras, you will have to provide your own external shutter mechanism, or rotate ( via your gimbal?) the camera so that it views in both cases a uniform thermal field, for the sensor Flat Field…"