Missions often depend on tactical and military infrared equipment operating as planned, and performing as expected. Tactical surveillance systems that are down for maintenance, unable to survive their deployed environment, or that simply don’t perform as advertised can compromise a mission and put the operators’ lives at risk. At IEC Infrared Systems (IEC), we understand the importance of designing and building rugged, reliable infrared security and thermal imaging systems that are easy to use and perform as required. Our infrared security systems are designed in-house with high performance and reliability in mind…because lives depend on them.
The U.S. military uses MIL-STD-810F
as the guideline to verify the environmental design and performance of the military infrared equipment used by U.S. Armed Forces. Accordingly, IEC’s engineers use MIL-STD-810F as the guide for test and verification of its line of tactical surveillance systems.
The ‘Gold Standard’ for thermal imaging system performance modeling is NVThermIP
, a comprehensive numerical simulation package which models the performance of thermal infrared security systems. This modeling package (developed by the U.S. Army’s Night Vision Laboratory at Fort Belvoir) is used by IEC’s engineering team to determine and confirm the thermal imaging performance of its tactical surveillance systems, along with independent laboratory testing of thermal imaging performance.
For more information on MIL-STD-810F, IEC’s environmental testing
, or IEC’s imaging system performance modeling and testing
, or other military infrared equipment, contact
IEC Infrared Systems today.