ASTROHN-2A75M thermal imaging module has successfully passed interdepartmental tests and received the letter “O1” as part of a landing radaradmin
ASTROHN-2A75M thermal imaging module, which is an all-weather thermal imaging camera with an integrated video analytics system, has passed the next stage of state tests as part of a landing radar developed by LEMZ SPE, JSC.
The joint work of ASTROHN and LEMZ SPE, JSC resulted in successful interdepartmental tests and assignment of the letter “O1” to the PRL-27SM landing radar software and hardware complex with the ASTROHN-2A75M thermal imaging module.
The next stage of the tests are the military tests of the PRL-27SM, after which the complex will be put into service with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
ASTROHN Technology Ltd together with the specialists of LEMZ SPE, JSC, developed information exchange protocols and algorithms for aircraft positioning and tracking on the thermal imaging image and integration of ASTROHN-2A75M OES into the hardware-software complex of the PRL-27SM landing radar.
The PRL-27SM landing radar, supplemented by the ASTROHN-2A75M optical-electronic system (OES), is intended for continuous all-weather determination of location and tracking of approaching aircraft. At the same time, ASTROHN-2A75M OES can significantly improve the accuracy and reliability of determining the aircraft location at low altitudes, where the radar has physical accuracy limitations.