CONTROP will be showcasing an operating MEOS system, a long-range EO/IR day/night system, for the first time at DEFEXPO 2014, 6-9 February in New Delhi, India.
This system provides 24/7 automatic intruder detection and recognition with or without gyro-stabilization and is proven worldwide in operational applications for homeland security border, coastal and perimeter surveillance.
The CONTROP automatic intruder detection systems provide a “virtual fence” over the water or land as they automatically detect intruders – also swimmers, before they reach the defined boundary.
CONTROP officials say that these systems are "ideal for protections of India's borders and coastlines, as they are doing the same in numerous Asian countries and worldwide".
The company will also be introducing the new MEOS-U, a very cost effective system with a long-range uncooled thermal camera, for observation requirements.
In addition, CONTROP will be displaying an operating M-STAMP – a gyro stabilized Multi Sensor Payload for Small UAVs (SUAVs) and small aircraft. The M-STAMP has a CCD with Continuous Zoom Lens, Uncooled IR Camera with Dual FOV Continuous Zoom Lens and Laser Pointer. CONTROP's STAMP STAbilized Miniature Payloads has been selected by the Israeli Ministry of Defense (MOD) as the Sole Supplier – the only EO/IR payloads for the Israeli tactical SUAV Sky Rider Program.
At the show, CONTROP is also announcing the breakthrough development of a new state-of-the art MicroSTAMP with low weight from a mere 250grams – the most advanced gyro-stabilized Micro Dual Sensor Day/Night Stabilized Miniature Payload for Small UAVs in the world, now in final stages of development.