The fight against illegal immigration across the Channel is a top priority for the French and British authorities. To address this, the two countries have signed an agreement funded by London to the tune of 72.2 million euros for the period 2022-2023. The aim is to set up a “smart border” based on advanced technologies to secure the coastline and avoid drowning on board makeshift boats.
INTERSEC 2022 tradeshow held in Dubai, HGH announces enhanced capabilities for its intrusion detection and identification SPYNEL solution. Entirely designed for the security of sensitive sites, this fully integrated perimeter surveillance system allows, with a single sensor and a single interface, to obtain accurate detection, tracking and identification of multiple intrusions over the whole perimeter in real-time.
HGH is exhibiting at EDEX 2021, to showcase their latest long distance surveillance innovations. All over the world, the potential for danger at borders is a real concern. SPYNEL sensors and their integrated CYCLOPE software benefit from new artificial intelligence features and improved performance, enabling the automatic detection of aerial threats up to 20kms, with a 360° coverage.
HGH recently won contracts worth about six million euros from world-leading shipyards in the Middle-East and in Europe, to equip new warships with SPYNELpanoramic thermal cameras and with their new IRSTsolution. The rise of new technologies urges naval forces to adapt their defence, detection and threat-tracking capabilities. SPYNEL-X is a sea-proven solution suited for self-protection of all surface vessels.
HGH’s third generation of SPYNEL-U is introduced at Milipol Paris. The experts in electro-optics reinvented a brand new 360° thermal & visible camera from design to performance, through improved image quality, data collection and threat analysis. This uncooled thermal imaging camera requires no maintenance. The new Dual Channel SPYNEL-U is the only sensor in the world to provide with two High-Resolution panoramic videos: a thermal and a visible one.
Drone attacks continue to strike all over the world. After the major incident at London Gatwick airport causing travel disruption for more than a day, the recent attack on two Saudi oil facilities caused significant damages and the biggest jump in oil prices ever. HGH focused its latest developments against drone attacks to offer the security’s industry the most advanced UAV surveillance solutions.