Incredibly useful for detecting potential threats in long-range surveillance, thermal imaging sees the heat radiated by objects in a scene, meaning warmer objects like humans, vehicles and animals stand out against a cooler background temperature.

Ascendent offers a wide range of thermal infrared surveillance imaging through our Infiniti Electro-Optics camera line. Our ultra-portable handheld thermal monoculars and mobile deployment compact lightweight PTZ systems take advantage of the compact size and impressive performance of our cutting-edge uncooled thermal sensors, while the top-of-the-line military-grade camera systems available through Infiniti Electro-Optics utilize advanced cooled thermal sensors and incredible long-range germanium optics.

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Marine Night Vision Navigation

Since all objects emit infrared radiation a thermal imager is able to "see" the environment regardless of lighting conditions. Thermal imaging has significant advantages over traditional Night Vision Devices (NVDs), such as Near Infrared Laser (NIR) light intensifers. A thermal imager gives clean undistorted vision in complete darkness and has the ability to see through smoke and fog - making it the only choice for marine navigation.

Hazard Detection

Thermal imagers are extremely effective for marine applications. Thermal imaging has the ability to detect debris objects in the water before they are a threat to prevent potentially catastrophic collisions. Naturally it also helps you steer clear of vessels, shipping lanes, buoys, bridges, and other obstacles commonly found in marine applications.Arcu risus quis varius quam quisque id diam vel quam. Sollicitudin tempor id eu nisl nunc.

Search and Rescue

The biggest risk with working at sea is falling overboard, every year, numerous people die due to hypothermia after falling overboard. When some one falls overboard - even in water above freezing - they can get hypothermia in less than 14 minutes, which can result in death. Finding someone as quickly as possible is crucial to his or her survival. Humans produce a lot of heat (37°C) they are easily picked up by thermal imaging.


Nowadays all vessels are tempting targets. Whether it's a yacht, fishing or military vessel, they are all subject to robbery, kidnapping and terrorism. While radar systems can detect approaching objects, they are unable to provide details outside of the approximant size. The M-Navigator renders actual visual confirmation with a high level of detail so you properly assess threats and avoid potential disasters.