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Passive and Active Long-Range Vision - Capabilities Overview - OptoPrecision GmbH, founded by 1996, Team of 65 Engineers develo surveillance  and     reconnaissance               systems              for governmental agencies More than 20 years of experience in laser illuminated undercover image acquisition systems 20.11.2018                                                                                               1 [all deletions: ersonal data, Art 4(1)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001]
Technologies available from OptoPrecision, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Command control “Let ´s take the most complex product of OptoPrecision for guidance :” MODAR is a combination of up to 4 different camera techniques in a single System: Channel 1: Range-Gated-Camera-System (RGCS) / Active Imaging Channel 2: Uncooled Thermal Imager for maintenance-free operation Channel 3: High-sensitivity EMCCD day / night camera Channel 4: HD-color TV camera Object detection, ranging and tracking as well as geo-coded recording and data transmission 20.11.2018                                                                                    2
Well known in the market….. Thermal Imager Search and rescue capability. Detection of semi-submerged objects. Inspection of small vehicle crew / instrumentation Zoom lens f= 25 – 225 mm Man detection (1.8 m * 0.5 m): 3500 m Object detection (2.3 m * 2.3 m): 12000 m 20.11.2018                                                        3
Understanding the strength of MODAR 1. Surveillance results with laser illumination 2. The challenging task of driver recognition =>Overcoming disturbing light sources 3. Long-Range Solutions: MODAR => Overcoming atmospheric disturbances 4. System configurations and tactical use Geo-referenced detection & ranging 20.11.2018                                             4
Understanding the strength of MODAR 1. Surveillance results with laser illumination 2. The challenging task of driver recognition =>Overcoming disturbing light sources 3. Long-Range Solutions: MODAR => Overcoming atmospheric disturbances 4. System configurations and tactical use Range-Gated camera Geo-referenced detection & ranging 20.11.2018                                                          5
Understanding the strength of MODAR 1. Surveillance results with laser illumination 2. The challenging task of driver recognition =>Overcoming disturbing light sources 3. Long-Range Solutions: MODAR => Overcoming atmospheric disturbances 4. System configurations and tactical use Range-Gated camera & Thermal camera Geo-referenced detection & ranging 20.11.2018                                                          6
Surveillance results with Laser illumination I                                           Filter Laser pulse conventional   camera + laser camera          + filter Camera chip sensitivity Suppressing disturbing LED pulse        ambient light by filters. visible light                                  Visible light will be λ        reduced to a minimum. blue                        red     Bandpass-filter blocking visible light.     High efficient by using narrow bandwidth (2-4 nm)     Additional suppression of polarized light (e.g. reflection of sun light) by a polarized filter 20.11.2018                                                                                    7
Surveillance results with Laser illumination Applications Without Laser illumination Laser illumination Camera without Filter Laser illumination + Filter Without Laser illumination Laser illumination Camera without Filter Laser illumination + Filter 20.11.2018                                                                                     8
Wavelength dependent Image Quality SWIR                    NIR 20.11.2018                                     9
Range-Gated-Camera-System (RGCS) MODAR Laser working distance 0.3 – 12km Range Gating working principle 1.      The laser sends out a short laser pulse.                               Object 2.      The camera shutter is closed. 3.      The control unit controls the triggering of the laser and the camera. 4.      After delay time camera shutter opens for short time.                                         Laser Pulse 5.      Delay time depending on distance to object. Scattered Light Closed Shutter Camera                Laser Small sailing boat (840 m) (Source: ISL) Control Unit 20.11.2018                                                                               10