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3 November 2016 — Expansion of 8000 Series Video Tracker Products

To complement its extensive family of tracker products, Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 8210 standalone miniature video tracker, the latest addition to our 8000 Series product line. The 8000 Series video trackers are designed to meet the small form factor, low power and reduced cost of surveillance and UAV markets while retaining the performance demanded of all our video tracker products. The Model 8200 accepts two 3G-SDI digital video inputs which can handle standard and high definition video sources (up to 1080p60). With gigabit Ethernet and eight serial interfaces, the Model 8210 can control a pan/tilt, visible and IR cameras/lenses, laser rangefinder and other devices.

 

10 June 2016 — Next Generation 8800 Video Tracker

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to deliver the Model 8800 standalone video tracker for a custom airborne application. The Model 8800 represents our next generation of video processing and tracking architecture. Building on the standard features of our Series 8000 video trackers, the Model 8800 includes a quad-core DSP and full HD video overlays for custom full color graphics and symbology.

 

7 August 2014 — New PCIe Video Tracker for Simulation and Training Applications

To complement its extensive family of tracker products, Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 7410 PCI Express Video Tracker Simulator. The Model 7410 is designed to provide the simulation and training community a flexible tool for simulating video tracker functions for a variety of training simulators including aviation (manned and unmanned flight simulators) and ground (weapon system simulators and operator performance assessment) systems.

 

6 May 2013 — Expansion of 7000 Series Video Tracker Products

To complement its extensive family of tracker products, Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 7015 conduction cooled VMEbus video tracker. The Model 7015 video tracker is designed to meet the needs of mission critical systems by integrating into fully sealed enclosures. The ruggedized design supports a wide temperature range and includes an integrated heatframe with wedge locks. All I/O is available on the VMEbus P2 connector.

 

14 June 2012 — Electro-Optical Imaging Supplies Critical Tracking Technology to General Dynamics

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc., a Melbourne, Florida based company, is supplying critical tracking technology to General Dynamics C4 Systems in Scottsdale, Arizona for use in the U.S. Army's Range Radar Replacement Program (RRRP).

 

8 June 2012 — Expansion of 8000 Series Video Tracker Products

To complement its extensive family of tracker products, Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 8200 standalone miniature video tracker, the second board in our 8000 Series product line. The 8000 Series video trackers are designed to meet the small form factor, low power and reduced cost of surveillance and UAV markets while retaining the performance demanded of all our video tracker products. The Model 8200 accepts one analog video and one HD-SDI digital video input which can handle standard and high definition video sources (720p and 1080i/p). With gigabit Ethernet and multiple serial interfaces, the Model 8200 can control a pan/tilt, visible and IR cameras/lenses and a laser rangefinder.

 

18 April 2011 — Introduction of 8000 Series Video Tracker Products

To complement its extensive family of tracker products, Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 8100 standalone miniature video tracker, the first board in our 8000 Series product line. The 8000 Series video trackers are designed to meet the small form factor, low power and reduced cost of surveillance and UAV markets while retaining the performance demanded of all our video tracker products. The Model 8100 measures just 4.5 by 5.0 inches and operates off a single unregulated DC voltage. While dual analog video inputs are standard, digital video configurations including Camera Link, HD-SDI and HDMI are also available. With gigabit Ethernet and multiple serial interfaces, the Model 8100 can control a pan/tilt, visible and IR cameras/lenses and a laser rangefinder.

 

25 June 2010 — Electro-Optical Imaging Supplies Critical Tracking Technology for ITT Countermeasures System

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc., a Melbourne, Florida based company, is supplying critical tracking technology to ITT Defense in Clifton, New Jersey for use in ITT's common infrared countermeasures system (CIRCM).

 

12 May 2009 — Expansion of 7000 Series Video Tracker Products

To complement its extensive family of standard tracker products, Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to announce three new product offerings, representing the latest in the 7000 Series family of video tracker products.

The Model 7100M Automatic Video Tracker (AVT) is a miniaturized (3.5 x 5 inches nominal) version of the 7000 Series of VME and PCI products and is intended for airborne and limited space availability applications. The design provides the full range of operational performance found in all the 7000 Series tracker products. The 7100M tracker has the additional advantage of supporting full customization to the user's signal and mechanical interfaces. This product expands the utility of the E-O Imaging 7000 Series tracker technology to systems and applications where reduced size, power and weight are key.

The Model 7007 PCI Automatic Video Tracker (AVT) provides the same degree of performance and equivalent features of the Model 7005 VME Camera Link and HD-SDI trackers but in a PCI configuration. The system has four (4) analog video inputs (standard) and either dual high definition video inputs (720p, 1080i and 1080p) or a single Camera Link (Base, Medium, Full) input. The Camera Link interface can handle 640 x 512 sensors at 250 Hz and 1K x 1K sensors at 120 Hz. In addition to the standard PCI and serial interfaces the system has a gigabit Ethernet interface for increased versatility. A dual target version of this tracker with the same superior performance and features is available in the Model 7008 product.

The Model 7010 PCI Express Automatic Video Tracker (AVT) provides the same degree of performance and equivalent features of the Model 7007 PCI tracker but with a PCI Express interface. A dual target version of this tracker with the same superior performance and features is available in the Model 7011 product.

 

14 July 2008 — Electro-Optical Imaging Successfully Demonstrates Airspace Protection System

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc., a Melbourne, Florida based company, has successfully developed and deployed a turnkey, transportable tracking system that provides the ability to acquire, track and deter a diverse array of airborne targets. The system was developed for General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products in support of their Counter-ManPADS Airspace Protection System (CMAPS) program to provide precision control of its various optical sensors, as well as the pedestal and the on-board countermeasure.

During live-fire testing at NSWC, China Lake, CA, the CMAPS system successfully demonstrated its detection, tracking and targeting of UAVs as well as other airborne targets. Additional information about the General Dynamics CMAPS program is available at http://www.gdatp.com and http://biz.yahoo.com.

E-O Imaging has a proven history of providing innovative tracker hardware and tracking system solutions from board level designs to fully integrated turnkey systems. Capabilities include sensor calibration and fusion, tracking algorithm development including multi-target and clutter rejection algorithms, rugged packaging, servo control and data analysis.

 

11 December 2007 — General Dynamics to Recognize Electro-Optical Imaging for Support of U.S. Military Program

General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products's vice president, strategic planning, Phil Hynes, recently hosted a recognition luncheon for Electro-Optical Imaging's president, George Downey and employees. The event showcased the company's efforts on General Dynamics's ground-based Counter ManPADS Airspace Protection System (CMAPS). General Dynamics partnered with Electro-Optical Imaging to provide the U.S. military with CMAPS, a program that protects against Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (ManPADS). The company was selected by General Dynamics in March 2007 for Electro-Optical Imaging's expertise in advanced target detection and tracking systems. Electro-Optical Imaging is based in Melbourne, FL, and has a legacy spanning more than 35 years of providing quality trackers and electro-optical instrumentation and systems.

 

29 October 2007 — Introduction of Series 7000 HD-SDI Video Trackers

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 7005-HD and Model 7006-HD (High Definition) VME based video tracker boards, the latest additions to its 7000 Series product line. These trackers take advantage of the latest in DSP and FPGA technology and provide expanded functionality over the 6000 Series tracker family.

In addition to handling four (4) analog video inputs, the Model 7005-HD and 7006-HD boards provide the user with two (2) HD-SDI digital video interfaces, handling any combination of high definition (720p, 720i, 1080i and 1080p) cameras as well as standard definition SDI cameras. E-O Imaging's 7000 Series trackers also offer an expanded feature set which includes support of sensor arrays up to 2048 x 2048, 10/100/1000 Ethernet port, bitmap graphic overlay, real-time image processing kernels, multi-target detection and tracking, and an integrated target generator/simulator for operator training, trajectory simulation and mount performance verification. The Model 7005-HD and 7006-HD standard features and options permit easy adaptation to even the most complex and demanding test range, tactical and surveillance applications.

 

24 April 2007 — Introduction of Series 7000 Camera Link Video Trackers

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. is proud to introduce the Model 7005-CL and Model 7006-CL (Camera Link) VME based video tracker boards, the first boards its new 7000 Series product line. These trackers have been successfully interfaced with FLIR System's SC8000 MWIR camera for real-time tracking applications. The FLIR SC8000, which was initially developed for thermography applications, was designed so that the non-uniformity correction, linearity correction and bad pixel replacement were performed as post processing operations on the imagery. To meet the requirements for real-time tracking using the SC8000, E-O Imaging's Model 7005/7006-CL trackers provide the capability to apply these corrections to each pixel in real-time, with the SC8000 camera operating at a 120 Hz frame rate, a sensor resolution of 1024 x 1024 and a 16-bit pixel depth.

In addition to handling four (4) analog video inputs, the Model 7005-CL and 7006-CL boards provide the user with a Camera Link full digital video interface, handling sensors arrays up to 2048 x 2048 with pixel depths up to 16 bits and frame rates up to 250 Hz. The boards can be adapted to solve unique tracking applications, including specialized camera interfaces and image processing algorithms. Complex image processing functions are performed in real-time to eliminate data latencies found in PC based tracking systems which negatively impact tracking performance. The Model 7005-CL and 7006-CL standard features and options permit easy adaptation to even the most complex and demanding test range, tactical and surveillance applications.

 

March 2007 — E-O Imaging Develops Advanced Tracking Technology to Deploy Field Demonstrable System for Aircraft Protection Against Shoulder Launched Missiles

Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc., a Melbourne, FL company has been selected by General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products, Charlotte, NC, as a key member of its Counter-ManPADS Airspace Protection System (CMAPS) team. The company was selected because of its expertise in delivering advanced target detection and tracking systems. CMAPS is a transformation system that provides effective and affordable protection for military, commercial, general aviation, rotary wing and international aircraft against attack from shoulder launched missiles known as ManPADS. CMAPS can provide the U.S. with the capability to deliver this protection for aircraft operating from forward deployed airfields as well as civil airports.

 

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