Government system integration

Government system integration

Government system integration

What is government system integration?

With Government system integration we refer to system integrators that have a need for commercial of the shelf (COTS) infrared imaging cores which they integrate in their state of the art imaging systems used by governments all over the world.

It helps reduce costs, both during development as in production and reduces development time. It further allows the integrator to focus on what he does best: defining the full system specification, development, manufacturing and servicing.

Government System Integration refers to industrial integrators that develop and market systems for government institutes like police, homeland security, defense and general surveillance applications. Whether it is manned or unmanned, for land, maritime or airborne use.

Our customers integrate our infrared OEM cores into all kinds of sights, imaging cameras, PTZ systems, PODs or gimbals used in:

  • Perimeter protection
  • Situational awareness
  • Search and Rescue
  • Border surveillance
  • Fire detection and fire fighting
  • Traffic monitoring
  • Protection of critical infrastructure
  • Night vision
  • Pilot / driver assistance
  • Target acquisition and target identification
  • Law enforcement surveillance
  • Public safety and crowd control

 

What do we offer?

Based on a modular design Xenics offers cores in the various infrared wavelength ranges and can be combined with a wide range of industry standard communication interfaces and optics.

Shortwave infrared imaging cores

The XSW uncooled InGaAs family of cores with various image resolutions and wavelength range options, VisNIR or SWIR.

Midwave infrared imaging cores

The XCO cooled core, optimized for long range imaging applications, has various engine options. It can be based on InSb, MCT or T2SL sensors.

Longwave infrared imaging cores

Our XTM uncooled bolometer family of cores with various image resolution and sensitivity options (NETD)

 

What features are needed?

  • Easy connectivity
    We offer standard digital or analogue interfaces for easy integration, operation and maintenance
  • Lightweight and compact design
    A crucial point for all system integrators. Our XenicsCores are very light and extremely compact
  • Low power consumption
    Power consumption can be an issue when integrating cameras into a (fusion) system. Our infrared cameras consume very little power and therefore easy to integrate
  • Advanced image processing for high quality images day and night
    Autogain, automatic exposure control and contrast enhancement result in the best image quality in any condition
  • Modular design
    Our innovative modular camera design results in 6 different interfaces on our XTM and XSW leading to an easy integration into any system
  • Perfect fit for fusion applications
    XTM and XSW cores are perfectly fit for real time image fusion of SWIR and LWIR images

Are you looking for more information? 

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Press Releases
Xenics sees strong growth ahead for OEM module business The OEM module business will grow strongly, especially in the security market. That is why we target the security market with our XenicsCores (2014)
New "XenicsCores" at DSEI 2011 We presents our XenicsCores, ready-to-integrate OEM modules for shortwave and thermal infrared imaging (2011)
Xenics at SPIE DSS 2011: presenting ready-to-integrate XenicsCores We presents our ready-to-integrate OEM modules (XenicsCores) for shortwave and thermal imaging at SPIE DSS (2011)
Xenics at SPIE DSS 2011: high performance infrared OEM modules for easy integration We offer high resolution infrared OEM modules in both SWIR (XSW-640) as LWIR (XTM-640) (2011)
Cameras for the security and commercial sensing market Xenics comes to SPIE DCS 2017 with its line up of cameras suited for safety & security applications.

World's first InGaAs camera photon emission microscope

Xenics enabled Semicaps to realize the world's first InGaAs camera photon emission microscope in 2004. Since then Xenics and sInfraRed have supported us in our endeavors for better sensitivity and resolution in photon and thermal emission microscopy.

Chua Choon Meng, CEO Semicaps