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An Integrated Vision System for Yachts and Commercial Vessels
Provides highly increased capabilities for
Maneuvering, Navigation & Security

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IVS

  1. 1. IVS(TM) An Integrated Vision System for Yachts and Commercial Vessels Provides highly increased capabilities for Maneuvering, Navigation & Security We are currently under contract to install our integrated vision system onboard a new yacht that is under construction and should be launched sometime the middle of next year.
  2. 2. System Features • The vision system provides 3 points of view: a bow and stern camera system, and a radar mast camera system. • Each camera system consists of at least two cameras, one for day/low light operation and one that operates in the IR spectrum for operations in total darkness, fog and smoke. The radar mast mounted system may have additional sensors. • Each camera system is mounted within a 3 axis gyro stabilized (roll/pitch/yaw) gimbal that is weather-proof and ruggedized for marine use. • The radar mast gimbal is mounted ball-up for 360 degree FOV. Two gimbals may be used in the event design of the radar mast prevents 360 degree FOV from a single gimbal. • The bow and stern gimbals are portable/detachable and are mounted ball-down. • The bow and stern gimbal/camera assemblies are battery powered, with wireless video and control links (optional hard-mounted display on the bridge). • The wireless range of the bow and stern video links is 45 meters minimum. • The bow and stern cameras have the capability to provide a high-resolution, wide angle FOV to a minimum of 350 meter range for use in close-quarter maneuvering and docking in harbor.
  3. 3. System Features (continued) • The radar mast mounted cameras have the capability for extreme long range (quality TBD) • The radar mast cameras have the capability to be automatically steered onto targets referenced by the onboard surface search radar • The entire system provides a portable display and can be controlled via a handheld tablet. • The software interface allows integration of multiple cameras from a single Graphical User Interface. The information on the following slides depict components provided by FLIR Systems, Inc. There are several high quality manufacturers of such products, so the cameras and gimbals actually used will be selected based on the budget and performance requirements of the customer.
  4. 4. Radar Mast Mounted Camera System Features Radar Mast Camera  Extreme long-range performance for optimal situational awareness and maritime threat detection to the horizon  Precision gyro-stabilization and electronic stabilization for optimal performance in rough conditions  Continuous optical zoom  Network-ready  Radar slew-to-cue  Video Tracker  IP Addressability  Digital Video via Ethernet
  5. 5. M-602CLW System Specifications Radar Mast Camera Size: 20” wide × 17.9” tall (nominal) Weight: ~ 60lb Pan/Tilt: 360° continuous pan, +/-90° tilt Video Output: NTSC or PAL Connector Types: Analog BNC ×2, Digital Video via Ethernet Communication: Nexus via Ethernet Power Req’d: 12 VDC to 24 VDC (-10%/+30% per IEC 60945) Power Consumption: 100 W nominal; 200 W max Environmental: Operating temperature range: -32°C to +55°C per IEC 60945 Storage temperature range: -40°C to +70°C per IEC 60945 Automatic Window defrost: Standard Sand/dust: Mil-Std-810 Window de-icing: 2 mm of water ice in 20 min Water Ingress: IP66 Shock: 15 g vertical, 9 g horizontal Vibration: IEC 60945; MIL-STD-810E Lightening Protection and EMI: IEC 60945 Salt Mist: IEC60945 Wind: 100 knot (115.2 mph)
  6. 6. M-602CLW Camera Specifications Radar Mast Camera Thermal Imaging Specifications Detector Type: Focal Plane Array (FPA), Cooled MWIR 640 × 512 pixels Field of View Continuous optical zoom WFOV 28° × 22.4° to NFOV 2° × 1.6° (PAL) Focus Focus free at infinity/manual Visible Color Camera Resolution 550 TV Lines Illumination 0.25 Lux, minimum Field of View ~56° to 2° (H) 28× optical zoom Lowlight B/W Camera Resolution 570 TV Lines Illumination 0.0002 Lux (front plate), minimum Focus Manual/AF Field of View 25° to 2.5° (H) 10× optical zoom
  7. 7. M-618CS Bow & Stern Camera Features  High resolution thermal night vision – provides clear, detailed images from farther away than you ever thought possible, even in total darkness.  Extended range performance – The M-618CS’s 35 mm thermal lens can detect small vessels from over 2 miles away, giving you more time to see and avoid potentially dangerous situations.  Active gyro-stabilization – Provides steady imagery, even in rough seas.  Color TV camera with 10x optical zoom – Continuous zoom can match the thermal camera’s e-zoom for easy operation when switching between cameras.  Rugged waterproof gimbal enclosure – Provides continuous 360° pan and +/-90° tilt field of view for horizon-to-horizon coverage.  Color on-screen symbology – Detailed, 3D color on-screen symbology gives you instant access to system status, position, and configuration. Bow/Stern Cameras
  8. 8. M-618CS System Specifications System Specs: Size: 7" dia. x 11.4" ht. Weight: ~11.5 lbs Pan/Tilt Coverage: 360º Continuous Pan, +/-90º Tilt Video Output: NTSC or PAL Connector Types: BNC with BNC-to-RCA adapter included for video out Power Requirements: 12 VDC to 24 VDC (-10%/+30%) Power Consumption: 25 W nominal; 50 W max Environmental: Operating Temperature Range: -25°C to +55°C Storage Temperature Range: -40°C to +85°C Automatic Window Defrost: Standard Sand/Dust: Mil-Std-810E Water Ingress: IPx6 Shock: 15 g vertical, 9 g horizontal Vibration: IEC 60945; MIL-STD-810E Lightening Protection: Standard Salt Mist: IEC60945 Wind: 100 knot (115.2 mph) EMI: IEC 60945 Bow/Stern Cameras
  9. 9. M-618CS Camera Specifications Thermal Imaging Specs: Sensor Type: 640 x 480 VOx Microbolometer FOV: 18º x 14º (NTSC) Focal Length: 35 mm E-Zoom: 2x & 4x Image Processing: FLIR DDE Daylight Imaging Specs: Detector Type: Color CCD Lines of Resolution: 530 Minimum Illumination: 1.4 lux FOV: ~58° (h) × 43° (v) w/ 10× optical zoom matched to IR Range Performance: Detect Man (1.8m x 0.5m): ~4,000 ft (1.2 km) Detect Small Vessel (4.0m x 1.5m): ~2.4 mi (3.9 km) Bow/Stern Cameras
  10. 10. General Camera Locations Bow/Stern Cameras M-618CS Radar Mast Camera M-602CLW Self contained short range, wireless control gyro stabilized camera gimbal system Hardwired, long range gyro stabilized camera gimbal system
  11. 11. Bow/Stern Camera Gimbal System 900MHz 1.3GHz 2.4Ghz Ethernet (RJ45) 12V Rechargeable Battery System PAL Video (RGA) Single Cable Harness Pelican Case (12”x12”x6”) Power Power Power Input Power For Charge VideoTransmitterWirelessAccessPoint M-618CS 7” dia, 11.4” height Visual Power Status Indicator
  12. 12. Image Processing System 900MHz 1.3GHz 2.4Ghz VideoReceiver(x3)WirelessAccessPoint PXIe-1071 • Rack mountable, rugged industrial PC/Chassis PXIe-8820 • 2.2GHz Dual Core, 2GB RAM PXIe-8234 (x2) • GigE Video interface baord Ethernet Analog/GigE Converters GigE Analog
  13. 13. Hard Wired Installation for FLIR M-Series
  14. 14. Appendix One of the most unique and powerful options that can be added to IVS is a fully autonomous small UAV system equipped with both a day/low light camera and an IR camera. This UAV can be operated by the crew to scout around islands and other areas as part of enhanced security measures before committing to an anchorage in a remote area or unfamiliar port. The UAV will be able to send back live video of the area it flies over, and the video feed (including position information) can be displayed and recorded simultaneously. The operation of the UAV is easily controlled by any selected crewmember with a minimum of training from one of our instructors. Range and operating endurance (time) is dependent on which UAV package you choose. The most economical package is the ROV-4 package.
  15. 15. Make and Model: ROV Systems, ROV-4 Aircraft Type: Small, unmanned, 4-rotor helicopter for quick deployment aerial video Airframe: RC Timer X650 V4 hexacopter airframe (modified) MTOW: 3kg (1.5kg RTF weight, plus estimated 1.5kg camera/gimbal/video downlink payload) Motors: Cobra 2217-30 brushless electric motors Speed Controls: Next Level 30 amp brushless speed controllers Propellers: 11 x 4.75 Multi Rotor props Batteries: Hai Yin 3S-5000mah, 25C Lipo Batteries (4 total) Flight Stabilization: ROV Systems proprietary flight control board Gimbals: RC Timer 2-axis, brushless motor drive Gimbal stabilization: Provided as part of the camera gimbal Day Camera: GoPro Hero 3 Black (live video feed, plus onboard media recording) Night/IR Camera: FLIR Tau Video downlink: 500mw 5.8 Ghz video Tx Video display: 7" screen, mounted on radio transmitter, with 5.8 Ghz diversity receiver Control System: Airtronics RDS8000, 2.4Ghz, 8-channel radio system (standard)
  16. 16. Battery Charger: Hitec X4-Eighty, 80 watt/channel quad charger (DC/DC) for flight batteries Hitec ePowerBox 30amp power supply w/110v-240v AC input Hitec X1AC for the transmitter 100v-240v AC input Battery meter: Hyperion EOS Sentry Transport Case: Pelican 1730 Interior Dimensions (L x W x D) 34.0 x 24.0 x 12.5" (86.36 x 60.96 x 31.75 cm) Exterior Dimensions (L x W x D) 37.5 x 27.13 x 14.37" (95.25 x 68.91 x 36.5 cm) Spare Parts Kit: Extra set of props plus an entire spare airframe kit Assembly & Flt Test: Completed at ROV Systems assembly and flight test facility Performance: Approximately 10 minutes flight time @ 3kg MTOW System Weight: Approximately 50 lbs (23kg) with all components in the Pelican case. Total System Price: $7,195 Optional Tablet PC control with full GPS and Inertial Navigation: Add $3,500

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