RFEL debuts HALO video processing solution for UAV surveillance applications

NEWPORT, Isle of Wight, U.K., 6 April 2013. RFEL, a provider of high-performance, electronic video and signal processing solutions, is launching its HALO low-power, real-time, video processing tool for image-based surveillance in counterterrorism, defense, and security applications.

Potential applications include: fixed and mobile installations for covert CCTV monitoring and surveillance and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), creating demand for imaging in the infrared (IR), and the use of adaptive contrast enhancement to combat poor imagery in challenging lighting conditions.

RFEL Ltd is a U.K.-based electronic systems designer, providing high specification signal, image and video processing IP solutions that run on FPGAs, as well as supplying digital receiver and complete product solutions for the defense, communications, homeland security and instrumentation markets. Applications include communications base stations, satellite communications systems, test and measurement instrumentation, and bespoke wideband receivers/transceivers.

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