The Orwell-T is based on Orwell computer vision algorithms that allow the processing of thermal image and video information.
This helps detect targets on land and water surface in a natural ‘jamming’ environment (fog, vegetation, the time of the day change, insects appearing in the frame, flash from the car lights, vibration, etc.).
Orwell-T is an automatic system of round-the-clock all-weather security of strategic facilities and their sites and approaches using continuous thermal imaging and video surveillance.
Orwell-T automatically detects moving targets and analyzes the thermal image. The system projects their location onto the electronic object map and informs the operator about the target appearance in a real-time mode.
Human | Vehicle | Group of people |
| Automatic detection and classification of moving targets by thermal imaging analysis
| Displaying snapshots/pictorial representations of moving targets and situations on the map of the strategic facility Alerting the operator both by audio and visual means in the event of the situation of interest
| Self-testing of the system by alerting the operator to any failures in any element of the system
| Searching the archive by time, target class and operator’s comment
| Thermal image
| Video camera
| Rotary platform
| Data processing and analyzing all-weather unit (IP-66)
| Operator workstation with the pre-installed software.
Detection range in automatic mode, m
up to 100
up to 450
up to 200
up to 1000
up to 300
up to 1500
up to 500
up to 2300
up to 700
up to 3000