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Chess Dynamics launches new HD surveillance camera
Chess Dynamics has launched its latest Piranha LR800 HD surveillance camera, which offers enhanced image clarity and target detection for complex surveillance operations including border and littoral security missions.
The camera will become part of the standard Chess Hawkeye (Land) and Sigma (Security) ranges and will be made available to both military and commercial customers.
Graham Beall, CEO of Chess Group, said: ‘Rapidly evolving threats, including those posed by unmanned maritime, land and air vehicles, present complex surveillance challenges. As such, we have noticed an increased customer demand for enhanced imaging definition across 24h surveillance operations, particularly within large, exposed areas at sea or on land.’
The Piranha LR800 functions in temperatures between -32˚C to +49˚C and it can withstand 95% relative humidity. Its all-weather capabilities also include resistance to heavy rainfall of up to 100mm per hour and it can be fitted with water spray and wiper modules to protect image clarity.
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