New Products: NVT Provides Clear View in the Dark

Monday, November 24, 2003

Night Vision Technologies, Inc. (NVT) offers a complete approach to night/day navigational/security/surveillance video assessment, addressing the workboat industry. Designing systems that incorporate many complimentary technologies, NVT is able to meet the growing security and safety concerns for vessels, offshore platforms, ports, and harbors worldwide. NVT offers infrared imaging technologies, Generation III U.S. image intensification (night vision), ultra sensitive low light CCTV, high resolution color CCTV, and IR emitting searchlights for detection and critical identification of objects on sea or land.

This merger of technologies allows for detection of objects by their infrared heat signatures day or night. When thermal barriers such as high humidity or heavy fog limit IR capability at night, the Gen III light intensifier produces day-like pictures with only starlight needed for illumination. The IR emitting searchlight aides the Generation III intensifier with a semi-covert long-range light intended for systems using magnification for further detection distances. When there is excess light for the intensifier, the ultra sensitive low light camera gives clear images with little light needed for night navigation and security. This is particularly useful when shoreline, platform, or harbor lighting can give a blooming effect from light intensification devices. The color CCTV zoom cameras assist in daylight to dusk navigation and security. Offering up to four complimentary technologies in their rugged maritime pan and tilt housings.

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