Applied Infrared Sensing Tavor collision avoidance technology

Thursday, 28 July, 2011 | Supplied by: Applied Infrared Sensing



Tavor, collision avoidance technology, can be easily installed on heavy machinery and is created to work reliably in harsh operating conditions including strong shock and vibration, high temperature, rain and dust. Originally designed for military armoured vehicles, the system, manufactured by Opgal (Israel), is based on thermal imaging technology.

It is a suitable safety solution for mining sites that depend on heavy vehicles and automated equipment in open-cut and underground mines. It can be easily installed on heavy machinery and is created to work reliably in harsh operating conditions including strong shock and vibration, high temperature, rain and dust. This thermal imaging kit has powerful and proprietary algorithms which enable driving in complete darkness. It enables seeing through smoke, dust and dirt; an anti-blooming mechanism prevents dazzle when pointed at high heat sources.

Online: www.applied-infrared.com.au
Phone: 1300 557 205
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