HGH introduces dual-channel panoramic sensor at AUSA 2019
AUSA 2019--WASHINGTON. HGH -- a developer of electro-optic sensors and systems based in Igny, France -- introduces its third generation of SPYNEL-U 360-degree thermal and visible sensor this week at the AUSA annual meeting in Washington, DC.
The new iteration of SPYNEL-U provides users with both thermal and visible high-resolution 360-degree panoramic videos, which are used in real-time long-distance detection and tracking and quick identification detected threats.
SPYNEL-U, say company officials, is used for detection of maritime asymmetrical threats and can be used for ground-based detection of multiple threats coming from land or sea, such as cars or camouflaged troops.
Visitors to AUSA may visit HGH at Booth 743.