G&H will be attending DCS in Orlando between 3-7 April to promote our StingRay imaging and Kent sighting system and subsystem solutions.
On booth 1419, we will be showing a 10x continuous ruggedized MWIR zoom lens assembly integrated into a gimbal, such as might be used for UAV or helicopter surveillance. The model will amply demonstrate the low-SWaP integrated payload that we know is so important for applications of this type.
There will be a SWIR imaging display with a FireAnt™ lens and high resolution camera. FireAnt™ delivers a high level of SWIR imaging performance – continuous zoom, continuous focal length, constant light throughout F# stops, exact object distances with no drift or lag, and more – in a notably robust package.
We will also have motorized zoom hardware on display, with our MWIR NightCrawlIR™ lens. NightCrawlIR™ is ruggedized for tactical application, with 19-22 mm cold shield heights supported and supporting 16.4 mm HD image formats and a fully configurable controller interface.
Our Enhanced Driver’s Vision System (EDVS) will be shown. The EDVS is a self-contained armored fighting vehicle driver’s vision system. The EDVS has a fully customizable camera payload built into the unit itself so there is no need to swap out the EDVS for day time maneuvers. This enables the driver to drive at night, hatch down, without the use of artificial illumination and at speeds comparable to those achievable in daylight.
Optical Systems Product Manager JJ Conboy will be on hand to take you through each product’s unique benefits and features.
Visit our team at booth 1419 where we will also be able to talk to you about your imaging and sighting systems needs in general. G&H offers both standard and customizable products. We are also able to work with customers to design and engineer solutions to meet customers’ unique requirements across all platforms and environments.