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Advanced image analysis systems on show at IFSEC.

Firstsight Vision : 27 March, 2008  (New Product)
Infrared cameras, image fusion and intelligent image analysis for the recognition of vehicles and human gender included in Firstsight Vision display at IFSEC.
Firstsight Vision will be showing the comprehensive range of infrared cameras from Opgal Optronic Industries at IFSEC 2008, as well as advanced image processing capabilities such as image fusion technology, gender recognition software and vehicle recognition systems.

Opgal is a leading supplier of highly sensitive cooled and uncooled thermal imaging systems, infrared camera engines and custom systems to OEM's and Integrators for a host of security applications including personal security, perimeter security, surveillance and precautions against theft, espionage or terror. New for 2008 are the high resolution EYE-R640 uncooled miniature camera, offering excellent 640 X 480 pixel resolution, and cameras with long range lenses and continuous zoom to provide night vision capabilities for civilian and paramilitary surveillance as well as for airborne, ground and naval applications.

Some of the capabilities of the new 'fusion technology' within the security industry will be demonstrated by showing how visible waveband and thermal images of the same field of view can be merged to combine the critical components and discard low-grade information from each individual image. The resulting composite image contains far more useful surveillance information from the scene than either of the individual images.

Also on show will be the Manto pattern recognition tool which can be used for the differentiation of male and female faces and for vehicle recognition applications. Manto is part of the Common Vision Blox imaging toolkit from Stemmer Imaging. The unique real-time vehicle recognition system can identify the class of vehicle or the vehicle manufacturer.

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