HoodTech Vision introduces HD imaging system designed for unstable, moving platforms

HoodTech Vision’s high-definition, four-axis stabilized EO imager, which delivers 720p image quality at 30 Hz, is designed for use on unstable, moving platforms such as in manned-aircraft airborne mapping and surveillance, imaging from unstable masts and towers, and imaging from small, commercial unmanned aerial vehicles.

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HoodTech Vision’s high-definition, four-axis stabilized EO imager, which delivers 720p image quality at 30 Hz, is designed for use on unstable, moving platforms. It can be housed behind an optical dome on a system weighing approximately 800g and features 30X optical zoom with standard definition 640 x 480 image and 0.6⁰ field of view. The imager is paired with a dual AVS image processing system that provides on-gimbal target tracking, motion de-jitter, image rotation, image enhancement, and H.264 IP-video encoding. HoodTech introduced the HD EO system as a follow-up to its Alticam 09E01 image technology which integrates an HD sensor on the telescope with a spotting capability down to 0.6⁰ on a 1280 x 720 pixel format global-shutter EO imager. The imaging system is suitable for use in manned-aircraft airborne mapping and surveillance, imaging from unstable masts and towers, and imaging from small, commercial unmanned aerial vehicles.

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HoodTech
Headquarters: Hood River, Ore., United States
Product: HD EO imaging system
Key Features:
720p image quality at 30 Hz, 30X optical zoom with 640 x 480 image, 0.6⁰ field of view, AVS image processing.

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