Ärla, Sweden — Multiple Japanese Police Departments have purchased a total of five TrakkaCam TC-300 long-range HD EO/IR camera systems for installations on Airbus, Leonardo, and Bell platforms. The Japanese Police Department provides valuable safety and security for their communities.
“Trakka Systems is pleased to support law enforcement in Japan with the sales of these units. Trakka and our strategic partners in Japan are eager to grow Trakka’s presence in Japan with our new service and support capabilities for all Trakka products. Trakka Systems strives to deliver exceptional products coupled with astounding customer service,” said Glen Rowling, Vice President of Trakka Systems.
The TrakkaCam TC-300 is a versatile, compact, long-range, multi-sensor surveillance system designed for installation on various manned and unmanned platforms. Its advanced features and sophisticated image processors are embedded within the single-LRU conﬁguration and feature 4-axis, active gyro-stabilization, and integrated 6-axis passive isolation to provide highly stable, crystal clear imagery. The TC-300 provides airborne crews with High-Definition (HD) imagery at farther standoff ranges and can read a license plate beyond 1km. The lightweight and compact size makes it ideal for numerous installation types, including fixed-wing, helicopter, and unmanned platforms. The TC-300 includes a long-range HD-EO camera, EO spotter scope, Short Wave IR (SWIR), and HD-MWIR infrared camera. The system is ITAR-free and widely exportable.
Advanced image processing modes, such as image blending, split-screen, and picture-in-picture, allow users to simultaneously exploit images from the different sensors and extract details that would otherwise go undetected by a single sensor. Another feature, Moving Target Detection (MTI), is embedded right into the system. The TC-300 is a Non-ITAR exportable product, and RTCA DO-160 tested for environmental, electromagnetic, and mechanical compliance, making it ideal for use in even the harshest environments.