Surveillance, Safety & Security

Surveillance, Safety & Security

Surveillance, Safety & Security

Public order and security are permanently challenged. Xenics offers world-leading innovation with durable infrared modules and cameras to detect and analyse scenes normally hidden from the human eye for system integrators within the security industry.

Applications

  • Infrared imaging is a vital technology to detect threats like aggression or natural disasters to the critical infrastructure (and its surroundings) of a country or state.

  • Fires lead to huge physical costs and emotional damage for the involved parties. To prevent this it is important to detect fires as soon as possible. We offer various infrared cameras that are suited for this task

  • Clear visibility is of the highest importance in any surveillance, safety & security operation. Critical airborne, road and maritime operations can benefit from a clear view on the scene and the environment.

  • Airborne infrared imaging requires multiple cameras with different wavelengths. The airborne platform is a manned rotary or fixed wing aircraft, an unmanned UAV/UAS or even a balloon or blimp.

  • With 70% of the earth’s surface covered with water, maritime infrared imaging is deployed to detect and monitor a wide variety of activities in difficult circumstances.

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Surveillance, safety & security industry Xenics offers world-leading innovation with durable infrared modules and cameras for system integrators within the security industry. Our advanced Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) cameras look through fog, haze, smoke and can identify humans or objects during night and day, whereas thermal imaging cameras can detect at very long distance and at pitch dark.

Thermal Imagers in mobile systems for Security & Safety Market

It was a challenge to produce a mobile system for border control in just 6 months, but with Xenics as a partner we could apply for this project.

Ivica Mijić, Audio-Video Trend