Vāģis ar navarotiem


vara bungas: Tā kā AM rupors vēl nav pamodies, aizpildīšu robu

[..] Finnish firm Senop Oy has entered into a framework agreement, with Patria, to deliver driver’s night-vision systems.

The devices will be installed on the 6×6 common armoured vehicle system (CAVS) armoured personnel carriers (APCs).

The agreement includes an order that will ensure the continuation of ongoing deliveries for all Latvian APCs and Finnish pre-series vehicles.[..]

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Iespējams, runa ir par šo te zaļo brīnumu. Tas nozīmē, ka plānojam manevrēt apstākļos, kad mūs novēro ar redzamā spektra sensoriem.

[..] The user-friendly HUSKY Thermal Imager provides real-time, high-quality image and enhanced operational capabilities with an alternative field-of-view for the demanding and rapidly variable conditions encountered by drivers

  • Real-time, high-quality image
  • Short system start-up time
  • User-friendly operating panel
  • Suitable for various vehicle types
  • Easy integration to vehicle systems
  • Support for multiple cameras and displays
  • Various fields of view available
  • Rugged design for demanding environments
  • Reliable long-term support and maintenance throughout the product life-cycle [..]

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7 domas par “Vāģis ar navarotiem

  1. Termālās redzamības kameras. Tas labi, ka nav WW2 Vampir.
    Bet īsti neiebraucu par to komentāru “Tas nozīmē, ka plānojam manevrēt apstākļos, kad mūs novēro ar redzamā spektra sensoriem”?

  2. Es šādu verki uzliktu arī blakus 50.cal uz jumta, lai gunners uz jumta arī naktī redz kas notiek apkārt (stacionārais night vision tomēr labāks neka kajnieku brilles)

  3. Ja pareizi saprotu, tas ir arī IR izstarotājs, tātad pamanāms pa gabalu ar attiecīgu aprīkojumu. Vai arī tas nav būtiski, jo transportlīdzeklis, uz kura tas ir uzstādīts, izstaro/atstaro daudz lielāku laukumu ar IR?

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