HGH Infrared Systems
HGH is a global provider of security and surveillance solutions based on thermal imaging. HGH panoramic thermal cameras are used for airport surveillance, perimeter monitoring and fever detection.
Since 1982, HGH designs, develops, assembles and sells electro-optics systems for security applications in airports worldwide. The company has established itself as an international reference in terms of infrared technology, through the development of multiple advanced sensors.
Panoramic fever screening in crowds
- Facing the COVID-19 crisis, they developed a turnkey solution for panoramic fever screening in crowded airports: mIRcury is a comprehensive and easy-to-use fever screening system designed to simultaneously detect and track elevated skin surface temperatures, in all directions, and at short or long distances. mIRcury provides a real-time and accurate temperature view of all people in the crowd, thus avoiding dedicated route and long queues. The comprehensive package includes a dual camera with a panoramic thermal channel and an optional visible one operated by a push-button fever detection software. mIRcury’s high accuracy temperature measurement is guaranteed by the CN-37 Blackbody, developed by HGH and included in the package. Installed in its field of view, the thermal camera benefits from a real-time, highly precise reference source calibrated at human fever temperature.
Perimeter security and airport outdoor surveillance
- HGH also helps airports facing perimeter security issues, with the wide area surveillance SPYNEL sensors: a range of 360° Thermal Cameras able to detect, track and identify any type of threats and intrusions 24/7, over defined areas. SPYNEL also meets the new airport challenges such as outdoor critical areas protection (tarmac, terminal area, runway, parking, hangar) delimited by virtual lines.
- SPYNEL infrared sensors can detect a human several kilometers away in total darkness, despite the fog, rain, snow or smoke! With only two Spynel cameras, it is possible to cover a whole perimeter where dozens of PTZ infrared cameras would be needed.