HGH Infrared Systems’ Spynel-S Camera Shines at Prestigious Design Exhibition in Paris

HGH Infrared Systems honored by Label de l'observeur du Design Nomination in Paris for New Spynel-S thermal Camera and Cyclope 3.5 software. The design exhibition runs in Paris through March 2014.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend

2014 Label de l'Observeur du Design Logo

'As Spynel is a passive undetectable surveillance system, it was important to find the ideal design for the camera to blend into its environment. We are very proud that these efforts have been recognized,' -Gildas Chauvel, Marketing Manager, HGH France

Paris, France (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

HGH Infrared Systems, a leader in wide-area panoramic surveillance thermal imaging systems, was recently nominated to be part of the “Observeur du Design” exhibition that is held each year in Paris, France. The exhibition, which opened its doors on November 16th and runs through March 2014 at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, awards companies with the most innovative and creative designs across all spectrum of industries. Inaugurated in 1999 and open to the public, the Observeur du Design exhibition aims to recognize the indispensable differentiating factor that design holds within international competition.

HGH Infrared Systems, with their North American headquarters based in Cambridge, MA, received the “Label de l’observeur du design” award for their most recent Spynel-S design. Spynel-S is an innovative, panoramic thermal camera with automatic intrusion detection and tracking capabilities. Working in collaboration with two design agencies-DICI Design for the design of the Spynel-S and NoDesign who worked on the new Cyclope 3.5 software- HGH’s new impressive model will be on display at the science museum for the duration of the exhibition. After having been previously presented with the Euronaval 2010 award for innovation and the 2012 Govies award for performance of the Spynel, this most recent nomination for design indicates another way in which the Spynel is at the top of the perimeter security industry. “As Spynel is a passive undetectable surveillance system, it was important to find the ideal design for the camera to blend into its environment. The visual interface of the Cyclope software, which processes the panoramic images, was enhanced to be intuitive and reduce operator strain. We are very proud that these efforts have been recognized,” stated Gildas Chauvel, Marketing Manager for HGH Systemes Infrarouges in France.

About: Founded in 1982, HGH designs, develops, assembles and sells complete high end optronics systems for security, industrial and civil applications. HGH’s team of highly qualified engineering team is comprised of experts in optics, software, mechanics and electronics and operates in the US out of Boston, MA. HGH strives to provide advanced and innovative infrared equipment to protect their clients all around the world, while keeping the agility and dedication of a small and passionate team. Speed, flexibility, technical excellence and innovation constitute their core values. HGH has established itself as an international reference for infrared technology innovation through the development of multiple advanced thermal sensors, among which its award-winning real-time 360 degree thermal camera, the Spynel-C - 2008 Product of the Year from Photonics Tech Briefs, 2010 Innovation Prize from the EuroNaval Committee, 2011 Kummerman Award from the French Academy of Marine, 2012 GovSec Platinum Award, and 2012 Govies Homeland Security Award.

POC: Katie Shea, Katie.Shea(at)hgh-infrared(dot)com


Contact