What are the limitations of contemporary low-light detection systems, and how do we address them?
General Starlight’s QUADRO-S is a compact, lightweight augmented vision system for tactical surveillance, observation and engagement at short-to-medium range distances. Made in Canada with Military end-users in mind; it can be weapon/tripod mounted or simply hand-held. It will be officially introduced to the Asian Market at the DSA 2018 exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from April 16th to 19th, Stand # 30657.
Most important of all, the innovative tech behind this compact device might provide the answer to our question.
GSCI’s patented multi-sensor technology found in the QUADRO-S operates in 4 distinct modes: thermal, daytime, nighttime, and the pivotal day/night hybrid view, also known as Fusion Mode. A detailed image is created from the visible/near infrared and long-wave infrared ranges of the spectrum when the operator is in Fusion Mode.
With the QUADRO-S you are never left in pitch darkness. Any inherent limitations found in thermal imaging or night vision alone are negated when these channels work together and complement each other to produce one real-time, lag-free video image to give uncompromised situational awareness.
The QUADRO-S does not hold back on the specifications either:
All packed in a hard-anodized aluminum body that weighs just 750 grams, with dimensions 170x91x70mm, and costs less than any other high-performance Fusion system currently on the market.
With no ITAR restrictions, this device is available to be exported worldwide. For more details, email email@example.com or call +1 905-850-0990.
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