Naval Surveillance System
CONTROP Precision Technologies Ltd.
Hod Hasharon, Israel
CONTROP Precision Technologies Ltd., a company that specializies in electro-optics (EO) and infrared (IR) defense and homeland security solutions, has provided the Latvian Navy with the iSea-30HD system to enhance their maritime surveillance capabilities. The system was designed for various maritime vessels and is already in operational use by the Latvian Navy, as well as other navies worldwide.
The iSea-30HD features a unique, cutting-edge stabilization system that enables a stable, continuous and uninterrupted line-of-sight (LOS), ensuring a very clear picture, even in the roughest of seas. This robust system withstands the harshest environmental conditions including fog, salinity, and moisture.
Offering a full solution for naval maritime operations, the iSea-30HD easily interfaces with other onboard systems, including the vessel's radar system, providing slew-to-cue functionality. The system comprises the payload electronics box, a Control Unit (CU), a display, DVR and UPS. As part of the contract, CONTROP provided the Latvian Navy with a complete ILS package, including training, operator and technical manuals and spare parts.
One of the iSea-30HD's primary benefits is its real time live images that can be transmitted from the scene to the operational center, enabling quick and effective decision making, even during limited visibility conditions. Another example would be the system's ability to detect small floating objects previously undetectable by the vessel's radar, hence facilitating safe and easy entrance and exit of ports.
The low weight, gyro-stabilized iSea-30HD system provides maximum-range surveillance. The system's highly sensitive sensors include a high performance 3-5μ IR detector-based thermal imaging (TI) camera with a continuous zoom lens, a high definition color day camera, and an eye-safe laser range finder (LRF). The system also features advanced image processing and video enhancement algorithms, Automatic Video Tracker (AVT) and an Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
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