Night Navigator SOS Demonstrations

Thursday, March 24, 2011
The Night Navigator SOS (Safety On Seas) provides image night and day in adverse weather conditions. It fuses an active, laser-gated image intensified night vision camera with a 
high-resolution thermal imager. Active gating allows you to see through heavy rain, snow, smog and fog. Main features include active laser-gated imaging, automatic object detection & alarm, definable region of interest for automatic object detection, automatic object tracking, Gimbal & video stabilization, radar slaving, automatic scanning, five preset positions, high-definition day camera.
Demonstrations are being given aboard the 86-ft M/Y Aurora March - June, 2011 in Vancouver and Victoria, BC, Canada. 
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