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Defense & Security

Multispectral systems


FluxData, Inc. will exhibit at the SPIE Defense, Security & Sensing symposium and exhibition in Baltimore, Maryland at the Baltimore Convention Center, 24-26 April, 2012.

Demonstrations will feature the full line of multispectral tactical and research grade customizable multi-sensor, multispectral and polarization imaging systems. These sensor systems operate between the Visible and Short Wave Infrared spectrum. These systems deliver the combination of ruggedness, size, speed, and sensitivity necessary for the challenging imaging requirements of defense, security, and surveillance markets.

FluxData will showcase a new single lens, single CCD multispectral system with dual Near Infrared (NIR) spectral channels at 350 frames per second and up to 180 degrees field of view, purpose built for tactical imaging.

FluxData will also present their FD-1665 camera line that features three CCD sensors fitted with customer specified optical filters to simultaneously capture aligned images through a single lens. Sensors are offered in 10 different resolutions and frame rates, integrated into standardized 3, 5, or 7 channel multispectral systems or customized with any application specific mixture of color and monochrome sensors and custom filters. The FD-1665-P Polarization camera is offered with 0, 45, and 90 degree linear polarization filters in front of the three RGB or Monochrome sensors that capture images at up to 120 frames per second.