The QUADRO-G is the dual-eye tactical goggle system for surveillance and reconnaissance at short- and medium-range distances based on the QUADRO-S unit. Dual-Eyepiece design and top bracket make the unit suitable for wide variety of scenarios requiring hands-free operation.
QUADRO-G is designed utilizing GSCI’s patented technology that produces and displays real-time, delay free fusion image that superimposes both spectral ranges covered by its sensors. Besides number of unique features, this device combines consequential technologies to produce an image allowing for facial recognition in low light or night conditions. The data recorded can be used for enhanced real-time biometrics and post mission forensic analysis for covert nighttime operations. Using this type of technology for recognition at nighttime has revolutionized warfare as it has proven extremely beneficial for informing a soldier that the individual is someone of interest and reducing risk of misidentification.
Fused images can be used in combination with biometric face databases/watch lists that only contain visible face imagery. The fusion technology allows taking advantage of both technologies and combining thermal and visible imagery to jointly preserve the shape of the entire face and appearance of the local identifying details.
Detecting objects that were difficult, or impossible, to see using current state-of-the-art thermal cameras was the main objective behind the design of the QUADRO-G, and all the functions can be done with a simple press of a button.
Thanks to GSCI’s patented multi-sensor technology, the QUADRO-G operates in 5 distinct modes: Thermal, Daytime, Nighttime and two Hybrid views, also known as the Fusion: Day-Fusion and Night-Fusion. On top of that, the QUADRO-G comes loaded with many unique features that offer convenience and help give the operator a tactical advantage.
The beauty of the QUADRO-G is that with the fusion mode you are never left in pitch darkness.
Both channels, complementing each other to produce real-time, no-lag video image and unmatched situation awareness. This is achieved by combining detailed images from the visible/near infrared and long-wave infrared ranges of spectrum. The end result is a superb detection and recognition capability.