Un-Cooled Thermal Camera features continuous optical zoom.
October 31, 2011 -
With zoom options of 15-100 mm, 25-150 mm, and 25-225 mm, LaylaŽ delivers continuous video from narrowest to widest field of view, without losing target, in complete darkness. Two DSPs provide 2-channel simultaneous video inputs, ensuring video image stabilization. Additional built-in digital interface enables integration with CCD day camera. Able to withstand all weather conditions, Layla is suited for 24/7 surveillance in areas of homeland, border, critical site, and perimeter security.
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Milipol: ESC BAZ to Launch Next Generation Un-Cooled Thermal Camera with Continuous Optical Zoom
On-board digital image processing and video image stabilization deliver night-vision video of the highest quality - making it ideal for 24/7 security applications
Milipol, Paris, - ESC BAZ - a leading provider of tactical communications systems and advanced surveillance, observation, and reconnaissance systems for defense and security applications - will launch LaylaŽ, its next generation un-cooled thermal camera with continuous optical zoom, at Milipol Paris, 2011, October 18-21, Booth 1G075.
LaylaŽ is specially designed for use in surveillance and observation missions by military, police, and other law enforcement personnel working in the areas of homeland, border, critical site, and perimeter security.
The unique, high-performance, thermal night vision camera includes two built-in Digital Signal Processing (DSP) video processors. Providing 2-channel simultaneous video inputs, they ensure video image stabilization - a feature of critical importance for cameras mounted on vehicles and tall poles that can be severely affected by high winds and harsh weather. The camera's end-to-end, fully digital image processing delivers video of the highest quality in all weather conditions, making it ideal for 24/7 security applications.
Layla includes three zoom options - 15-100mm, 25-150mm, and 25-225mm - delivering continuous, seamless video from the narrowest Field of View (FOV) to the widest FOV, without losing the target, in complete darkness. The additional built-in digital interface enables integration with a CCD day camera - which also includes fully digital image processing capabilities, providing excellent video images and enhanced color vision during daytime - as well as stabilization capabilities for 2 video channels. Future options include digital compression and streaming video over IP.
According to President and CEO of ESC BAZ, Mr. Benny Zviran, "We are proud to launch LaylaŽ, our innovative thermal camera, which is based on extensive in-house R&D. We are actually introducing a new generation of thermal cameras that - due to the two DSP processors - enable video images of a quality much higher than was available until now - as well as a continuous, uninterrupted image of intruders and suspect targets. From now on, military or police forces handling border or facility security will be able to receive ongoing, high quality images - which are mission critical for these activities."
About ESC BAZ
With over a decade of installing hundreds of systems - and amassing extensive experience in the development, implementation, integration and support of advanced electronic and electro-optic surveillance and observation systems for both defense and security applications - ESC BAZ has developed a reputation for reliable solutions that consistently incorporate customer feedback and input from the field. The company offers a wide range of operational, cutting-edge video-based reconnaissance systems, both fixed and portable, as well as advanced tactical Bluetooth communication systems for overt and covert security activities. Among ESC BAZ's customers are various Israeli defense, security and police forces, as well as military and commercial/civilian customers around the world. The company is privately owned and operates from its headquarters in Israel.