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Opgal launches thermal imaging technology

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Opgal Optronic Industries Ltd., a global leader in thermal imaging, is today announcing Opgal Eye-QTM, an innovative approach to image processing that sets new standards for thermal image quality. Based on many years of algorithmic research and field experience, Opgal Eye-Q delivers a high quality thermal image so clear, that even the finest details are visible. Opgal Eye-Q is readily available for an array of applications, from surveillance – where small objects such as drones are detected – through security, where important target details previously indiscernible are now clearly visible – to optical gas imaging, where gas leaks are easily noted in the air.

The unique image processing methods of Opgal Eye-Q make this technology consistently better than existing thermal imaging at all target temperatures, no matter the range or temperature differences and fluctuations.

"With the proprietary Opgal Eye-Q processing, image sharpness resembles that of a daylight black and white video so much, that it is hard to believe that the image is thermal" says Amit Mattatia, President and CEO at Opgal Optronic Industries. “Opgal has once more proved its capability of launching breakthrough technologies by providing significantly better image quality for our partners and global customer base."

Recent advances in thermal technology have made it the first choice for day and night surveillance due to its zero light, all weather capabilities. The constant evolution of customer needs has brought with it a higher demand for image quality as good as, or better than that of CCD colour daylight cameras.

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