Tracking Surveillance System compares to 365 MP camera.
October 25, 2013 -
Employing 2 cameras (wide angle and telescopic) and one mirror mechanism, Rapid Eye can cover areas up to 70° x 105 m and provides images with resolutions of 160 pixel/m. Wide angle camera first takes panoramic image, built-in DSP analyzes image and locates targets, and mirror rotates telescopic camera to acquire detailed view of target. Offering full HD resolution, system is suited for use in such areas as airports, hotels, railway stations, schools, shopping centers, and town squares.
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Active Tracking Surveillance System - Rapid Eye V550
What is Rapid Eye?
Rapid Eye is a tracking surveillance system with two cameras and a mirror mechanism design. The camera can cover a very large area (70°x105 meters) and provide crystal clear images (160 pixel/meter) at the same time, making it equivalent to a 365 Mega Pixel camera.
How Rapid Eye Works
(a) There are two cameras inside each Rapid Eye, a wide angle camera and a telescopic camera
(b) The wide angle camera first takes the panoramic image.
(c) Built-in DSP then analyzes the image and locates the targets.
(d) The mirror rotates the telescopic camera to acquire detailed view of the target.
• Full HD resolution
• Covers 70°x105m with 160 pixels/meter
• Equivalent 365 Mega Pixel
• Luxury Hotel
• Railway Station
• Shopping Center
• Town Square
For more information, contact:
Infiniti Electro optics.