Security & Surveillance News

  1. Sierra-Olympic Introduces Long-Range, All-Weather, MWIR Security And Surveillance System

    Sierra-Olympic Technologies has recently introduced the new 550CZ-18, a long-range target detection and surveillance system designed for all-weather security applications. It is an advanced midwave infrared (MWIR) imaging system featuring long-range target detection with recognition capabilities.

  2. Stirling Cooled MWIR Imaging Core Enables Long Range Monitoring In Security Applications

    Xenics has recently introduced the fourth member of its high-resolution 'XenicsCores' Infrared OEM product family. The new Stirling-cooled XCO-640 MWIR module provides unprecedented thermal imaging stability and optical performance for perimeter surveillance, law enforcement and homeland security. At Eurosatory Xenics will exhibit in booth # FE288 in Hall 06 at the Belgium pavilion hosted by BSDI (Belgium Security & Defence Industry).

  3. New Canon ME200S-SH Camera Provides Compact Imaging Solution For Live HD Broadcasts, Production, And Surveillance

    Canon U.S.A. Inc. recently announced the latest addition to the Company’s line of multi-purpose modular cameras, the new ME200S-SH. the camera supports a broad range of uses, including cinema, television production, live sports, law enforcement, house of worship and special uses, such as weather monitoring, night shooting, event installs and point of view applications. This 8.2 megapixel Super 35mm compact box camera features both high sensitivity and a cinema look for high-quality image capture. 

  4. Breakthrough Technology To Improve Cyber Security

    An international team of researchers has made a breakthrough in generating single photons – the single quanta of light particles – as carriers of quantum information in security systems.

  5. Portable Thermal Imagers For Investigation And Remote Surveillance

    The Nyxus Bird is a multifunctional surveillance tool which can fulfill requirements such as flexibility and versatility in infrared imagers. This night vision-thermal imager with an uncooled high-resolution (640 x 480) IR-pixel detector offers superb image quality.

  6. Sierra-Olympic’s New Ruggedized Pan-Tilt Video Surveillance System

    Sierra-Olympic Technologies recently introduced the Aeron Searcher as a new addition to their product portfolio. The Aeron Searcher is a pan-tilt, visible and thermal video surveillance system with continuous EO and IR zoom features.

  7. Canon Developing High-Sensitivity Network Camera That Realizes High Visibility For Long-Range Nighttime Surveillance

    Canon Inc. recently announced the development of a high-sensitivity network camera that is equipped with a fast high-magnification lens capable of long-range color image capture, even at night. This compact high-sensitivity network camera will make possible the clear viewing in color of distant subjects even under conditions that would prove challenging to the naked eye, such as at night with few ambient light sources.

  8. Sierra-Olympic Introduces New Visible/Thermal Video Surveillance Systems

    Sierra-Olympic introduces Oculus series, an environmentally-rugged outdoor video surveillance system capable of simultaneous visible and thermal imaging outputs. These systems are compact, durable, efficient, and can also provide full daytime/nighttime surveillance capabilities.

  9. LightPath Technologies Exhibiting at SPIE Defense, Security & Sensing 2015

    LightPath Technologies is planning to present two new products this year at the SPIE DSS. Visit booth #417 to be among the first to see LightPath’s new Thermal Imaging assemblies for low cost sensors, and its Molded Glass Specialty Products including Acylindrical Lenses. Jeremy Huddleston will be presenting a paper entitled “Investigation of As40Se60 chalcogenide glass in precision glass molding for high-volume thermal imaging lenses” on April 22, at 8:40am.


  10. Xenics Announces Stirling-Cooled MWIR OEM Module for Long-Range Monitoring in Surveillance and Security at SPIE DSS 2015

    Xenics is introducing the new Stirling-cooled XCO-640 MWIR module as the third member of its high-resolution “Xenics Core” Infrared OEM product family at the SPIE DSS 2015. This new module delivers extraordinary stability and optical performance for applications like perimeter surveillance, law enforcement, and homeland security. Xenics will hold its exhibits in Booth 825.