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Uncooled Microbolometer Aselsan SAFIR-640
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Aselsan MWIR MCT IIR sensor 1280x1024
Litening 4: 1024 x 1024
Litening 5: 1,2K x 1,2K
Sniper ATP: 1K x 1K
Sniper XR: 612 x 540 (F35 EOTS is based on Sniper XR tech, EOTS+ is most likely based on ATP)
So we can expect similar resolution with BEOS, I hope so
 

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Will F500C be our first EOTS that will utilize indigenous MCT FPAs?
 
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  • R400D (1024x768MWIR, 640x512 SWIR) Main FLIR of Helicopters, especially Gökbey
  • F500C (1280x1024 MWIR, 1280x1024 SWIR) Main FLIR of Drones, attack helicopters and maritime patrol aircrafts with 15inch gimbal diameter
  • AselFLIR 600 (1280x1024 MWIR, 1280x1024 SWIR) Main Flir of high altitude drones such as Aksungur and Akinci with 22 inch gimbal diameter
*MEROPS must be the name of AselFlir600. @Combat-Master any idea?
 

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Why? What has Hensoldt anything to do with this?

Hensoldt SA is owned in part by Denel ;-)

The MEROPS system was specifically designed for extreme combat situations, particularly in low light and the difficult light encountered at dawn and dusk. Among the roles envisaged for MEROPS are medium to long range observation and reconnaissance, pointing, area illumination and target designation at medium altitude.

The sight incorporates the latest in image processing technologies, including traditional image enhancement, as well as the latest in machine vision and AI based algorithms. Its mission enhancement capabilities include moving target identification, isotherms, false colour identification and threat identification.

The MEROPS is a self-contained single LRU (line-replacement unit) with quick-release connections. Payloads can be exchanged without calibration. Electronic bore-sighting is done before a mission, and it boasts an embedded web server for setup, control, and maintenance. According to Kobus Coetzee, ASA’s Engineering Manager, the MEROPS is easy to maintain.

Its next-generation software functionality includes multi-target auto-tracking with target re-acquisition, artificial intelligence (AI) threat detection classification and background automatic see-spot detection. The MEROPS operates at temperatures from -40°C to 70°C.

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Hensoldt SA is owned in part by Denel ;-)

The MEROPS system was specifically designed for extreme combat situations, particularly in low light and the difficult light encountered at dawn and dusk. Among the roles envisaged for MEROPS are medium to long range observation and reconnaissance, pointing, area illumination and target designation at medium altitude.

The sight incorporates the latest in image processing technologies, including traditional image enhancement, as well as the latest in machine vision and AI based algorithms. Its mission enhancement capabilities include moving target identification, isotherms, false colour identification and threat identification.

The MEROPS is a self-contained single LRU (line-replacement unit) with quick-release connections. Payloads can be exchanged without calibration. Electronic bore-sighting is done before a mission, and it boasts an embedded web server for setup, control, and maintenance. According to Kobus Coetzee, ASA’s Engineering Manager, the MEROPS is easy to maintain.

Its next-generation software functionality includes multi-target auto-tracking with target re-acquisition, artificial intelligence (AI) threat detection classification and background automatic see-spot detection. The MEROPS operates at temperatures from -40°C to 70°C.

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Whenever I hear about denel only thing that comes in my mind is joint development and tech proliferation lol.
 

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Oh damn! Why don't they get photos its specs from near!? I'll errupt for my wonder, anymore.
 

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This is waay above my expectations. It's so beyond the horizon, I'm almost tempted to discard it. I don't know any EOTS system that can give the above specs. Even MX-25 falls short of this. And this only weighs 50 kg? Additional question. Why do they call the daylight camera or NIR camera HD? 2 Megapixels is enough to qualify as Full-HD whereas the beast above features 4096x4096 pixels camera which makes about 16.7 Megapixels!

Somebody with the knowledge should clarify these specs. I cannot wrap my head around it.
 

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This is waay above my expectations. It's so beyond the horizon, I'm almost tempted to discard it. I don't know any EOTS system that can give the above specs. Even MX-25 falls short of this. And this only weighs 50 kg? Additional question. Why do they call the daylight camera or NIR camera HD? 2 Megapixels is enough to qualify as Full-HD whereas the beast above features 4096x4096 pixels camera which makes about 16.7 Megapixels!

Somebody with the knowledge should clarify these specs. I cannot wrap my head around it.
ME TOO!
 

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