Stand E25, Transport Security Expo, Olympia, London, UK, 13-14 September, 2011
STEMMER IMAGING will be demonstrating how vision technology can be used in a demanding range of security and surveillance applications at the Transport Security Expo. The ability to screen high volumes of people for infectious diseases using infrared imaging will be shown alongside high performance cameras for public security, surveillance and traffic imaging. Also on show will be STEMMER IMAGING’s sophisticated vehicle identification and classification system.
ThermalSentryII™ is an automatic, highly-accurate, non-contact, body temperature measurement system which can be used to screen groups of people or individuals at locations such as airports, bus and railway stations for the threat of infectious diseases. Using an infrared camera to indicate elevated body temperature, the system self calibrates on every image frame using a highly accurate internal temperature reference. Temperature differences as small as 0.05˚C can be distinguished.
The new CVC GE family of GigE Vision cameras have the ability to transmit images up to 100m over industry-standard Ethernet cables. With a host of features, including enhanced image stabilisation, together with a variety of optical zoom lenses ranging from 10x to an industry-leading 36x, these cameras can produce high quality images of moving objects even in challenging lighting conditions, for example in underground car parks or traffic monitoring at night (for checking registration number plates without interference from the vehicle headlights).
The ProSilica GX1910 is a high quality HD camera with a unique dedicated lens control interface which provides three-axis motorized lens control and video auto-iris functionality. This allows the camera to adapt to changing lighting or object distance conditions in demanding applications such as outdoor imaging or Intelligent Transportation Systems.
STEMMER IMAGING’s vehicle classification system allows both the class of the vehicle (motor-cycle, car, taxi, light van, bus, truck etc) to be identified as well as the vehicle make, model and colour and can be linked in with ANPR systems. It utilises a well-established image processing method, and potential applications for the systems include road tolls, traffic surveys and monitoring of secure car parks.
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