"Radar-IQ" consists of: a radar sensor "DR-500", "GR-800", a video tracking module "DV-EYE", an AI controller "CORE-IQ" and software "Radar-IQ Manager". The AI controller makes all components of the Radar-IQ work as a single device that guarantees visual confirmation of the detected target based on the analysis of video and thermal footage by neural network algorithms
360-degree field of view
The DV-EYE design provides full dome coverage of area controlling by sensors DR-500 or GD-800 Meanwhile DV-EYE itself has a full dome field of view, 360 degrees in azimuth and 180 degrees in elevation. Continuous panning, unobstructed 360-degree horizontal visibility, and 180-degree up and down tilt provides a complete spherical view of the surrounding area
High-quality vision at night time
The DV-EYE infrared (IR) illumination was developed to provide bright up the scene at low light conditions. The use of high quality LEDs guarantees high efficiency with low power consumption and long service life. The successful combination of a high-resolution camera and IR illumination provides a high-quality result of the efficiency of video analytics, which guarantees reliable site protection by the Radar-IQ in any time of the day. Infrared illumination technology is invisible to the human eye and can be used in conditions where the use of general light is impossible or unwanted.
All TSNK radar sensors have a built-in DSP processor, which intelligently processes reflected signals and generates target data. So radar sensors DR-500 and GR-800 elavuates data for detected targets based on original algorithms, adaptive filters and track analytics.
High scanning speed
Radar-IQ radar sensors use solid-state technology, which allows to hi-grequency scanning up to 35'000 pulses per second, and to update the track information of a detected target 4 times per second. This allows to detect target for 2 seconds and track up to 96 targets simultaneously. High detection speed needs for the track analytics, which allows filtering out "false" targets, trees and bushes in the wind, for example. Such objects are assigned the "tree" labels and can be hidden not to distract the operator.
Minimal impact of weather condition
Impact of precipitation on detection The selected frequency 5.8 GHz and innovative algorithms for processing radar data allow to achieve reliable target detection in such difficult weather conditions as tropical rain, heavy snow or fog.