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Thermal Radar – A Game-Changer in Video Surveillance (Multi-Video)

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Thermal Radar
Thermal Radar provides
Unparalleled Situational Awareness with Continuous and Cost Effective 360° Thermal Intrusion Detection System

Thermal Imaging Radar (Thermal Radar) is a U.S. based manufacturing company that has developed a “First to Market” continuous thermal 360° detection camera to monitor and alert security personnel when intruders have breached secured areas.

We are able to see and target multiple intruders from any direction in total darkness from up to 500 meters away.

Thermal Radar is equipped with GPS to give longitude and latitude of any intruders that are breaching secured areas and has a unique radar view which pin points the intrusion on a google map of the area.

Thermal Radar is a mission critical and operationally relevant solution for wide area intrusion detection – providing real-time 360° situational awareness of any physical incursion that may threaten your perimeter.

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Intrusion detection is the most critical step in securing border protection of any kind and a perimeter detection solution must be both highly effective and cost efficient.

With a rotating, FLIR Tau 2 Sensor, Thermal Radar provides a stitched panoramic 360° detection area with thermal imagery.

With powerful, edge-based analytics, Thermal Radar can be a low power, stand-alone detection outpost or the centerpiece of your integrated physical security strategy.

With the ability to detect a single human being over an 850,000 square meter area, Thermal Radar literally finds the needle in the haystack.

How is Thermal Radar Different?

Uses a rotating thermal sensor to provide continuous thermal coverage.

Covers a large detection area, monitoring from the inside out at a much lower cost than installing cameras around the perimeter of a facility.

Thermal doesn’t require light for detection, can detect intrusions both day and night.

Edge based analytics provides powerful computing inside a small package. Thermal doesn’t emit a detectable signal like ground based radar does.

How Can Thermal Radar Be Deployed?

Thermal Radar can be the centerpiece of your integrated physical security strategy, or a low power, standalone detection outpost.

Thermal Radar can become the centerpiece of your physical security strategy through VMS integration, directing cameras to detected threats, and alarm generation.

Thermal Radar’s Standalone intrusion detection solution can be mounted on a pole or to the side building and connects via Mobile Network or LAN.

Thermal Radar’s Mobile Sentry system is a solar powered trailer system providing on demand wide area intrusion detection of vulnerable areas.

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Thermal Radar is geospatial and will give longitude and latitude ordinances on your computer screen of intruders on your properties.

A map of your property is automatically downloaded as soon as the Thermal Radar camera is turned on.

The radar screen will show the intruders as a “red dot” on the bottom left of our screen.

You will also see the intruders’ thermal image entering and walking in your secured areas as the camera can track multiple people at the same time.

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Thermal Radar’s Standalone intrusion detection solution can be mounted on a pole or to the side building and connects via Mobile Network or LAN & they also offer a solar powered trailer system providing on demand wide area intrusion detection of vulnerable areas.

Hydra, the newest innovation from Thermal Imaging Radar combines real-time 360° intrusion detection directly integrated with a starlight visual PTZ incorporating IR illumination providing situational awareness of any physical incursion that may threaten your facility or perimeter.

The Thermal Radar Hydra provides unprecedented wide area intrusion detection through continuous 360° thermal intrusion detection combined with 360° targeted surveillance from a laser IR starlight PTZ.

Thermal Radar continuously scans 850,000 square meters every 2 seconds targeting intruders with edge-based analytics followed up with slew-to-cue operation from the starlight PTZ.

Hydra is a proven method of protection creating unparalleled situational awareness to your most vulnerable areas of concern.

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Thermal Radar continuously scans the designated area; sophisticated analytics assess what the thermal camera identifies and then sends the coordinates to the color PTZ camera which zooms in on the incursion.

This gives you 24/7 thermal coverage plus the benefit of forensic data from the color PTZ.

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Hydra

Flexible PTZ Options to Meet End User Preferences

The Thermal Radar Hydra can be paired with most Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) units that provide superior nighttime illuminated or starlight optics.

Current PTZ options are:

  • 30 X zoom for coverage up to 500 meters
  • Laser illuminated IR with coverage up to 500 meters.
  • 2 Megapixels
  • Starlight technology

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There is nothing like Thermal Radar Surveillance for the money.

One of our cameras takes the place of up to 16 fixed field of view thermal cameras as it take 16 pictures per revolution while it continuously views a 360° panorama.

Thermal Radar is an officer multiplier as one person can view multiple Thermal Radar Systems at once.

Thermal radar logoWhen there is an intrusion, the viewer will hear an audible sound and the intruder will have a red box around him for quick viewing on the monitor.

Thermal Radar’s award winning has been recognized by a wide range of awards, which includes most recently, the 2017 ISC West “Judges Choice Award” for “New Product Showcase” and “Best in Video Surveillance Advanced Imaging Technologies.

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