Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
HGH Infrared Systems, a leading provider in infrared imaging technologies and systems, has released an upgraded version of its Cyclope intrusion detection software. Cyclope 3.5, which captures data from HGH’s Spynel camera systems, has updated and automated more functions making it more efficient for the user.
Combined with HGH’s Spynel panoramic infrared imaging solution, it provides unsurpassed 24/7 situational awareness. Alongside the launch of new models in the Spynel product range (see Spynel-S launch announcement), HGH chose the multi-awarded NoDesign agency to recast Cyclope’s GUI. The challenge was not only to set up a new graphical appearance, but more importantly, to enhance software architecture in order to provide users with improved ease-of-use, while maintaining reliable target detection and tracking capabilities.
“HGH takes into account the feedback of our everyday users and want to make the software as efficient and effective as possible,” says Lead Engineer, Clement Barbier, on the continuous technology improvements.
The new features include a live DVR connected to an intelligent bookmark functionality, guided setup, and the integration of a topographic map to help surveillance operators with quickly recognizing and prioritizing multiple potential threats. All functions of the windows-based software can be configured according to the needs of individual users, including an interface display that can be adjusted for each client.
The software upgrade is also compatible with the latest developments for integration into global security systems, such as GPS, AIS and radar data overlay, and automatic control of PTZ systems for target identification.
About HGH Infrared Systems Inc.
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.