Glossary Definition

Slew To Cue Auto Tracking PTZ Surveillance Camera by Integrating with Radar Surveillance or PIDS (Perimeter Intrusion Detection System) for complete perimeter or wide area security & surveillance

“Slew to Cue” is a phrase that has its origins in the mitlairy defence systems but has now become ocmmon place. Slew to Cue  trackeing refers to the integration of a radar or other target detection device that tells an EO/IR surveillance PTZ camera where to point, hence slew to cue. The detection sensor, such as a radar, or PIDS permimter intrusion detection sytem  is designed to detect the target and pinpoint its location, then transmit that information to the PTZ camera which in turn auto-tracks, identifies and recognizes the target day or night. This is often the best solution as a radar can provide 360-degree coverage and can detect vehicle-sized targets up to 40km away for marine, ground or aerial targets day or night, even in bad weather conditions. The day/night PTZ surveillance cameras can then recognize and identify the targets that are detected, making slew to cue the ideal premieter security solution for long 24/7 security and surveillance that is often appleid critical infrastructure protection, and border control.  Infiniti can provide both radar and cameras systems and customer builds solutuons based on the applciaiton budget and mission objective. 

Optional add-ons such as LRADs and long-range visible spotlights, laser dazzlers can achieve full color images at night, and serve as active deterrents as intruders feel as though they are being watched in real time due to the autmated response making is the best solution for active security and surveillance. 



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