Noxant is a leading developer of infrared (IR) optronics solutions for drones and robotics. UST is delighted to welcome Noxant on board as a supplier partner, and we will be highlighting their unique solutions and capabilities across our channels over the next 12 months.
We’ve just launched Noxant’s UST supplier profile, which has been written and built by our team in collaboration with the company. The Gold profile showcases their high-performance LWIR, MWIR and SWIR cameras and camera cores, which are ideal for long-distance surveillance, remote sensing, optical gas imaging (OGI), powerline and infrastructure inspection, and more.
Read on to find out more:
The NoxCore family of high-performance infrared camera cores provides a wide range of options to meet the needs of any surveillance or inspection application. With light weight, compact design and a reduced power footprint, they can be seamlessly integrated into drones and unmanned vehicles.
Equipped with state-of-the-art thermal detection and Stirling engine cooling technologies, NoxCore products combine unmatched performance with ease of use and powerful video processing, and provide a range of standard video and control interfaces.
NoxCam HSi radiometric infrared cameras have been specially designed to withstand the harsh conditions faced by UAVs and unmanned systems, featuring rugged enclosures and cutting-edge thermal detection technology. With robust radiometric calibration and built-in temperature compensation, they are ideal for meeting high-speed thermography requirements, and can be customized for temperature measurement ranges from sub-zero up to 3000°C.
The NoxCam portfolio also includes a polarimetric model that incorporates a cooled LWIR sensor and delivers pixel-level polarimetric information in four directions coupled with sharp infrared imagery. The first-of-its-kind NoxCam-Pola camera is highly suited to applications such as oil spill detection and NDT (non-destructive testing).
All NoxCam products feature on-board raw calibrated data recording, industry-standard interfaces such as GigEVision and Genicam, and compatibility with leading analysis software including Matlab and ImageJ.
GasCore OGI camera cores are compact, lightweight and provide unparalleled gas detection performance. The radiometrically calibrated units can be easily integrated into drone and robotics platforms, and can be controlled via serial RS-232 or Ethernet.
The MWIR and LWIR camera cores deliver 720p HDMI colour output, with options for SDI and analog, and are available with a wide range of gas detection options.
To find out more about Noxant and their high-performance infrared cameras and cores for drones and robotics, please visit their profile page: https://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/company/noxant/