Because ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) missions are the most common, the most appropriate sensors are usually dual gyro-stabilised cameras (EO/IR) with night and day capacity and functionalities for generating and automatically tracking targets, as well as videotracking and geotracking.
Cameras for ISR missions provide high-definition video in real time in both the visible and infrared spectrum. Both images can be combined to provide the highest possible level of detection and tracking.
TARSIS systems also integrate other types of sensors for other complementary missions, such as AIS, multispectral cameras, topographic cameras and other sensors.
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