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Armstrong Optical Introduces N-Driver Thermal Imaging System

Armstrong Optical, provider of optical metrology products, has launched a new thermal imaging system that enables enhanced driver visibility under any kind of lighting and weather conditions.

N-Driver Imaging System

The N-Driver imaging system provides high field of view, swift frame rate, and an optimum resolution and has the ability to function as the third eye of a driver.

The N-Driver thermal imaging system uses the latest thermal sensor technology and offers high-resolution imaging in a format, which aids in driving. Also, the image format does not provide too much of information to the drivers. The device functions at a frame rate of 50 Hz, making sure that no blind-spots arise during refresh periods. It offers detection distances to people for over 600 m.

The device is useful for rail, marine, and road transportations. It is also ideal for mobile and fixed position security and surveillance.

Source: http://www.armstrongoptical.co.uk/

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