1 June 2011 Uncooled infrared sensor technology for hostile fire indication systems
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Abstract
An evolving combat arena poses an ever-growing hostile fire threat for various ground and airborne targets. Protecting both static posts and moving military platforms against these threats require high performance and affordable solutions, favoring uncooled sensing alert technologies. By analyzing accumulated target and clutter data using new algorithmic and hardware building blocks we establish improved hostile fire indication system configurations. The paper will review new system demonstrations harnessing uncooled IR sensors technology alongside empirical field testing results.
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Shavit Nadav, Shavit Nadav, Guy Brodetzki, Guy Brodetzki, Moti Zahler, Moti Zahler, Meir Danino, Meir Danino, } "Uncooled infrared sensor technology for hostile fire indication systems," Optical Engineering 50(6), 061012 (1 June 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3583567 . Submission:
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