New HGH Infrared System Can Protect Megayachts

MaritimeEquipment.com
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

With the deadly threat of pirates, are mega yachts well protected? Military infrared cameras could be the solution say HGH.

threats in maritime environment. The security stakes are high for the yacht crew being that isolation at sea and day- and night- time threats require military grade equipment.

HGH Infrared Systems’ has recently released the Spynel-S, their new mid-wave infrared 360 degree camera ideally suited for maritime applications. The passive, gyro-stabilized Spynel solutions have been proven at sea with Navy’s specific for anti-piracy. The thermal camera withstands salty sea sprays and foggy weather and is useful for navigation purposes.

With an early RHIB alert on asymmetric threats of 12 kilometers away, the Spynel-S can help yachts around the world protect themselves from pirates and other threats.

Founded in 1982, HGH designs, develops, assembles and sells complete high end optronics systems for security, industrial and civil applications. HGH’s team of highly qualified engineering team is comprised of experts in optics, software, mechanics and electronics and operates in the US out of Boston, MA.

http://www.hgh.fr/index-en.php

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