Maritime operations require clear and stable imagery that can be used for surveillance, reconnaissance, and search and rescue operations. Trillium provides a winning combination of precision imagery and object identification to serve this application and has assisted in drug interdiction and boat finding. 

Wide-area scanning, paired with target identification and precision imagery, delivered in potentially rough or turbulent conditions, makes Trillium gimbals ideal for maritime missions.

Maritime Search
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Designed to meet the need of identifying unmarked vessels using wide area surveillance, the HD80-AIM combines WAS with an ISR capable system. This increases coverage area, while also providing detailed identification of a target on a single system. With the HD80-AIM onboard, actionable information can be captured in low contrast environments. 

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Key Features For Maritime Search

There are several key features that make our HD80 series great for marine surveillance and search applications. These include:

  1. Stabilization: Systems are stable (even in rough sea conditions), ensuring imagery remains clear and steady, for spotting targets and tracking movement.
  2. Imaging Quality: 20x cooled MWIR, with 30x optical zoom and a long focal length spotter EO camera, allows users to zoom in and identify small details in all lighting conditions. 
  3. Weather Resistance: Systems are able to withstand exposure to saltwater, humidity, and other harsh weather conditions that are common in marine environments.
  4. Range of Motion: Gimballed cameras rotate and tilt in all directions, providing a complete view of the surrounding area. This is important for surveillance and search operations where targets may be moving in unpredictable directions.
  5. Integration: Each unit is compatible with other sensors and systems used for marine surveillance and search, such as radar and sonar.