Simplify image transmission, storage & viewing with rugged, easy-to-integrate camera systems
It can be difficult to find camera systems that are rugged enough for applications like airborne separation, flight test instrumentation (FTI), monitoring cargo deployment, space vehicles, and ground vehicle situational awareness. Our broad portfolio of highly rugged, field-proven camera and video acquisition solutions efficiently and reliably capture, convert, route, transmit, record, and display images. They can be easily combined into a fully integrated and synchronized system that supports dozens of video sources and delivers industry-leading low latency.
All image processing in our cameras uses specific and custom logic, FPGAs, and ASIC design that delivers extremely low latency. High dynamic range (HDR) and wide dynamic range (WDR) imaging technologies continuously adjust to changing light situations and increase image accuracy by removing over- and under-saturated artifacts in each frame. Auto-exposure and auto-white balancing capabilities ensure seamless, perfect color balancing.
|Product Name||Product Image||Product type||Description||Dimensions (W x H x L)||Mass||Product Sheet|
|TTC nHSC-31-S Network High-Speed Camera, Optional Built-in Recorder||High-speed camera||Color or monochrome, High Speed Camera w/Internal CF Recorder, Resolution of 1280 x 1024 @ 500 fps||3.4 x 3.6 x 5.2”, 86 x 92 x 131 mm||1.4 kg, 3.1 lb|
|TTC nHSC-36-S1(M)-1 Network-Based High-Speed Camera||High-speed camera||Color or monochrome, Resolution of 1280 x 1024 @ 500 fps, Small high speed camera||3.1 x 3.4 x 2.9”, 79 x 87 x 73 mm||1.2 kg, 2.6 lb|
|TTC HDC-350-1 Global Shutter High Definition Camera||HD camera||Ideal as an airborne-rugged high definition (HD) camera for the test engineering community and has a 3 MP resolution (1920 x 1080p x 60 fps).||1.5" x1.5" x 2.4", 37 x 37 x 62 mm||0.1 kg, 0.2 lb|
|TTC HDC-330 Airborne High Definition Camera||HD camera||Airborne High Definition Camera, Color, Resolution of 1920 x 1080p @ 60 fps||1.5 x 1.5 x 1.9”, 38 x 38 x 48 mm||0.14 kg, 0.3 lb|
|TTC HDC-430-1 Airborne High Definition IP Ethernet Camera||HD camera||Airborne High Definition Camera||2.62 x 1.50 x 4.36", 66.7 x 38.1 x 110.7 mm||0.15 kg, 0.3 lb|
|TTC CCP-2100 High-speed Camera Controller||Camera accessory||Hi-speed Camera Controller that can control up to 64 cameras, Setup can take place for an individual camera, for up to 32 event groups of cameras or for all cameras||3.4 x 5.8 x 2.7”, 85.7 x 146 x 68 mm||0.94 kg, 2.0 lb|
|TTC ACT-1000-1 Stand Alone Active Camera Target||Camera accessory||Stand alone active camera target that allows various parameters such as camera frame time stamp and exposure time accuracy to be verified||229 x 178 x 24 mm, 9 x 7 x 1.0”||1.1 kg, 2.4 lb|
|TTC nMGR-2000 Network Camera Manager||Camera accessory||Network high-speed camera manager that provides the configuration and control between multiple networked high-speed cameras, recorders, switches and the camera control panel||105 x 127 x 88 mm, 4.1 x 5.0 x 3.5”||1.5 kg, 3.4 lb|
Ruggedized Camera and Imaging Solutions for Aerospace Applications Brochure
Camera and imaging solutions are needed in a variety of defense and aerospace applications, such as airborne separation, flight test instrumentation, monitoring cargo deployment, space vehicles, and enhancing situational awareness. Read our brochure to discover our solutions.
Organization successfully verifies object trajectory using high-speed cameras
An organization needed accurate data to confirm the position and velocity of objects during store separation testing. Validation of prediction techniques (such as wind tunnel and mathematical modeling) was required to complete Flight Test Instrumentation (FTI) studies. The speed at which the events would happen made it necessary to use a high-speed imagery solution. A high-speed camera network was successfully installed that coherently gathered the required data. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed and the results achieved in our case study.
Flight Test Instrumentation Imaging Fundamentals
Aerospace environments are some of the most challenging settings to capture the required images. Aside from the demanding environment, lighting conditions can change rapidly and dramatically as airborne vehicles change their heading and altitude. To make the optimal decisions for each FTI imaging application, everyone responsible for acquiring imaging technologies and setting up the equipment must understand basic optics, camera functionality, and lighting concepts as well as the relationships among them. This white paper presents an overview of these concepts to help flight test engineers make informed decisions.