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GE miniature video tracker a smart option

05-07-2011
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GE Intelligent Platforms now offers the ADEPT3000 miniature rugged automatic video tracker – ideal for environments where size, weight and power are limited.

Easily integrated using standard or custom format carrier cards, the ADEPT3000 not only saves time, effort and cost, it minimizes program risk.

ADEPT3000 has been optimized to perform real-time detection and tracking across the full range of military and aerospace electro-optical system applications.

Designed for the detection and surveillance of a moving object, the ADEPT3000 is small (34mm x 24mm – approximately the size of a microprocessor), lightweight (about 6gm) and consumes minimal power (~1 watt) so that it can be deployed in highly confined spaces such as small unmanned aerial vehicles or man-portable devices, or simply integrated directly into a gimbal.

Whether integrated in air-to-ground, ground-to-ground, ground-to-air or naval electro-optical systems, the new improved algorithms at the heart of the ADEPT3000 provide effective detection and tracking.

Improved ability to distinguish between an object and the background is accomplished through the use of innovative technologies such as an advanced signature-based pre-processor for rejecting clutter and an automatic tracking engine.

The ADEPT3000’s advanced graphical overlays take advantage of industry standard, off-the-shelf PC development tools to reduce the learning curve and maximize productivity. Powerful color graphics rendering and compositing hardware support flexible and clear outputs.

GE Intelligent Platforms is an experienced high-performance technology company and a global provider of software, hardware, services, and expertise in automation and embedded computing.

GE Intelligent Platforms
Ph: +86 21 3877 1198
www.ge-ip.com/cn

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