September 18, 2003 08:02 - Offered with built-in
networking capability, Luveo™ thermal imaging cameras are designed as
outdoor, all-weather systems. Housed in environmental enclosures with
minimum rating of IP-66, systems include IR camera, companion visible
camera, suitable pan/tilt, and Integrated Command and Control System with
local server. Units may be controlled by one remote console over IP network
and include georeferencing, radar slew to queue, and auto video tracking
Indigo Systems Introduces IR Security Cameras
September 15, 2003 – Goleta, CA – Indigo Systems’ newest infrared (IR)
camera family, Luveo™, is designed to meet the rigorous demands of the
security and surveillance industry. Luveo thermal imaging cameras are
configured to meet short, medium, and long range surveillance requirements.
Powerful system capabilities are tailored for ease of integration by prime
systems integrators. They are ideally suited for border, coastal, perimeter,
and high value facility security. Each Luveo system includes an Indigo IR
camera, a companion visible camera, a suitable pan/tilt, and the powerful
Luveo Integrated Command and Control System with local server. Designed as
an outdoor all-weather system, the cameras are housed in environmental
enclosures to a minimum of IP-66.
Linked by built-in networking capability, Luveo’s multiple camera subsystems
of different detection ranges can be controlled by a single remote console
over an IP network. This flexible subsystem interface is a solution for
system integrators requiring a network centric C3 architecture.
Georeferencing, radar slew to queue, and auto video tracking are some of the
other features available to the prime system integrator from the Luveo
surveillance camera subsystems.
Indigo Systems Corporation (www.indigosystems.com), based in Goleta,
California, is a leading manufacturer of infrared cameras, providing
complete camera, software and enclosure solutions for commercial,
industrial, security, military and R&D applications. Since 1996, Indigo has
provided IR cameras spanning the entire infrared spectrum, including near-,
midwave-, and longwave-IR. Sensors include InGaAs, InSb, QWIPs, and