ART Optronic Platform

ART Optronic Platform is a complete Surveillance System based on a state-of-the-art un-cooled thermal camera, a compact CCD SONY camera and a high precision pan/tilt device.

This combination provides a high performance multi-sensor (thermal and visible light) solution at a competitive price. The clear and sharp output thermal image guarantees a 3000+ meter detection range and an improved threat assessment capability in complete darkness.

ART Optronic Platform can be controlled using PELCO Protocol. The high precision pan/tilt unit provides accurate and stable pointing control and advanced features such as a radar slew-to-cue operation mode that enables automatic optical tracking of the intruders detected by other sensors.

ART Optronic Platform is therefore ideally suited to complement ART range of advanced early warning surveillance sensors such as ART Midrange High Resolution Ground Surveillance Radar or ART Enhanced Unattended Underground Sensors.

ART Optronic Platform is cost effective and can be easily integrated within a sensor network or preexisting security infrastructure.

 

THERMAL CAMERA
Detector VOx uncooled Microbolometer FPA
Spectral Range 7.5 μm–13 μm
Detector Size
320 x 240 640 x 480
9 mm (48º x 39º) 25mm (25º x 20º)
13 mm (34º x 28º) 35 mm (18º x 14º)
19 mm (24º x 19º) 50 mm (12º x 10º)
35 mm (13º x 10º) 100 mm (6.2º x 5º)
50 mm (9º x 7º) 60mm/180mm
100 mm (4.6º x 3.7º) (15.8º x 9.6º / 5.1º x 2.9º)
Sensitivity

85 mK

Operating Temperatures

-40 ºC to +55 ºC

Storage Temperatures

-50 ºC to +85 ºC

IP Qualified

IP66

 

CCD CAMERA
Detector

¼ “ EXviewHAD CCD 530 TVL.

Approx. 440,000 pixels

Lens f=3.4 mm to 122.4 mm, F1.6 -F4.5
Zoom 36X optical, 12X digital
S/N Higher than 50 dB
Minimum illumination

1,4 lx (typical) at 1 / 60 s

0,1 lx (typical) at 1/4 s

 

PAN & TILT POSITIONING SYSTEM
Azimuth Range 360º continuous
Elevation Range +90º to -90º
Speed Ranges Azimuth: 0,1 º/s -45 º/s

Elevation: 0,1 º/s -45 º/s

+/-0.018º

Operating Temperatures -40 ºC to +60 ºC (Operating from -25 ºC)
IP Qualified IP66

 

MAIN FEATURES
Material Aluminium and Stainless Steel
Weight approx.

15 Kg

Dimensions approx.

474 x 376 x 305 mm

Control

PELCO-D through RS-422

Key Facts

  • Applications Optronic Platform

    • Border surveillance
    • Critical infrastructure protection
    • Military crisis deployments

    Highlights

    • Long range assessment of threats (intruder classification)
    • Multi-sensor: thermal and visible light imaging
    • Compatible with ART radar systems and unattended underground sensors
    • Slew-to-Cue surveillance capability (automatic optical tracking of radar detections)
    • High performance in complete darkness and in extreme weather conditions: rain, snow and fog
    • Smooth and accurate Pan & Tilt movements
    • Clear and sharp thermal image
    • Low power consumption
    • Fast deployment
    • Low maintenance required
    • Environmentally MIL qualified product
    • Cost effective

    Technology

    • High performance uncooled thermal camera.
    • High sensitivity: no additional active illumination required.
    • 100% PELCO-D compatible.

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Company Information

  • ADVANCED RADAR TECHNOLOGIES S.A - ART is the leading Spanish technology company in high performance ground surveillance radars, integrated multisensor surveillance and command & control systems for critical infrastructure protection and border surveillance.

    ART business model is based on more than 20 years of innovation in radar, millimeter-wave technology and systems engineering. The core research and development team of the company comes from the Microwave and Radar Research Group of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM), with extensive experience developing radar and microwave solutions in close cooperation with key players in the Spanish and European Defense & Aerospace Industry. The systems engineering team of ART offers an experience of fifteen years working in the development and deployment of the pioneer Spanish Maritime Border Surveillance System (SIVE) and several other surveillance systems in Eastern Europe.

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