Frenel Imaging Introduces TPiCORE Our Image Processing framework providing unmatched access to additional information received from Polarimetric Thermal Sensors. Coupled with a micro-polarizer array division of focal plane, TPiCORE enables a single "super Resolution"
image that provides unmatched access to the untapped polarimetric data needed for your application.
The only end-to-end visual data management solution, from capture to insight.
Our TPiCORE Software Suite is using the latest and most advanced Image Processing technology, designed to resolve the multi layer Polarimetric image processing aspects, to provide the best available imaging in the market.
At Frenel Imaging, we understand that each application has unique imaging needs. That's why our Software framework extend to include application development solutions to meet the specific requirements of our clients.
Frenel have partnered with leading Sensor manufacturers to bring to market the best available Polarimetric Sensors, all to assist our customers fitting the optimal sensor to their applications.
Our experienced team is always available to provide expert advice and guidance for our customers that are in the transition and throughout the development of their application, all to ensure our clients get the best imaging solutions for their needs.
Polarimetric LWIR - Drone Detection
Frenel introduces a polarimetric LWIR drone detection solution in collaboration with Drone Jammer solution providers. This innovative system marks the first-ever polarimetric thermal drone detection system designed for short and mid-range applications. Employing polarimetric thermal technology for drone detection offers distinct advantages over conventional thermal-based methods under certain circumstances. Polarimetric thermal imaging employs polarization filters to gauge the polarization state of an object's emitted thermal radiation. This data aids in identifying material properties, particularly when temperature-based information is inadequate for accurate detection. Moreover, polarimetric thermal solutions excel in distinguishing between various object types, such as differentiating drones from birds. Unlike conventional thermal imaging, which solely gauges thermal radiation intensity, polarimetric thermal imaging leverages polarization to resolve challenges in environments with high background noise or congestion. It also excels at distinguishing dissimilar objects that may share similar thermal signatures. Take, for example, the challenge of differentiating between drones and birds based on conventional thermal imaging where both could exhibit similar thermal patterns. Furthermore, the utility of polarimetric thermal imaging extends to scenarios where conventional thermal imaging struggles, such as in the presence of fog or smoke. This is because the polarization state of thermal radiation remains unaffected by fog or smoke, providing an advantage. Polarimetric thermal imaging effectively overcomes these limitations by capitalizing on the polarization state of thermal radiation, enabling differentiation between various objects and their surrounding backgrounds.