Dec 2016 Spynel

New UAV Detection and Tracking Video

Our latest video share focuses on the counter-UAV application. Watch as our Spynel system detects and continuously tracks UAV even as it quickly changes directions.

Protecting Our Pipelines

Attacks on utility sites such as pipelines can be devastating on the community, the afflicted company, as well as the targeted country’s economy. The revenue loss and repair costs alone can be detrimental, not to mention if a person or people are in the line of fire; as such, EOI feels higher levels of security should be implemented in order to prevent these attacks from reoccurring.

Electro Optical Industries offers a solution to address this lapse in security; the industry-leading Spynel thermal imaging system. The Spynel cameras are unique, 360-degree thermal imaging systems that take wide-area surveillance to the next level, giving an early intrusion alert to an unlimited number of targetsWith a stand-alone, persistent surveillance system that’s previously been deployed to protect critical infrastructures all over the world, Spynel would be able to detect intruders well in advance to allow operators to take precautionary action before they have a chance to inflict damage upon the pipeline.

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Spynel M Gives the Means to End Poaching

As reported by the Namibia Economist, during the month of November alone, 7 rhino carcasses were found in Etosha National Park, bringing the number of poached rhinos for the entire year up to 47. Even worse  than the Rhino death toll, the number of poached elephants for the 2016 year so far is at 67.(https://economist.com.na/20701/general-news/poachers-at-it-again-7-rhinos-killed-in-november/).

Wildlife trafficking has become a million-dollar criminal enterprise and poaching these precious animals causes corruption, threatens peace, and destabilizes economies and the communities that depend on wildlife for tourism and other vital industries. Electro Optical Industries (EOI) offers a passive thermal imaging camera which can detect and track these poachers.

Spynel S in High Seas Mission Against Asymmetric Threats

Since October 6, 2016, l’Adroit, an Offshore Patrol Vessel developed by DCNS, European leader in naval defense, and made available to the French Navy, has on board a long-range infrared surveillance system, the Spynel-S 6000 designed by Electro Optical Industries

Installed on frigates for fight against piracy applications, on offshore sites (oil platforms, FPSO, FLNG), in ports or along coasts around the world, the Spynel sensors are proven effective maritime surveillance systems. They are also widely deployed ashore for automatic intrusion detection applications around sensitive sites (military camps, energy production facilities, pipelines, oil and gas sites, ammunition depots, prisons, airports, …).

French Naval Ship Equipped with Spynel S 6000