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Australia's V-Tol Aerospace produces the i-Gimbal stabilised pay-load which contains an optional CCD television camera, active and passive infrared sensors, a thermal imaging camera, laser-rangefinders and a laser designator.
The team set up video cameras with passive infrared sensors to record how the chimps behaved at termite nests.
The WVC2300 also has two input and two output ports that can be used for connecting the camera to an alarm panel, siren, passive infrared sensors, smoke detectors, lighting switch or door sensors.
These might include motion sensors that control lights or alarms, wall switches that can be moved at will, meter reader devices that work from outside a house, game controllers for interactive toys, tire pressure monitors in cars, passive infrared sensors for building automation systems, and asset and inventory tracking devices for use in retail stock rooms and warehouses.
A motion sensing and control design features the Zilog ZMOTION(TM) with technology, based on a passive infrared sensor and the Z8 Encore
This is a man-portable system with day/night electro-optic and acoustic sensors that can be complemented with a series of miniaturised seismic, magnetic, piezoelectric and passive infrared sensors.
95) system includes an Olympus Infinity XB 35mm camera (removable from the system, if desired), a passive infrared sensor, puter-controlled circuitry, standard and high sensitivity settings for various sizes of animals and conditions, and an LED test indicator.
The passive infrared sensor will be integrated onto a commercial satellite so that it can be launched into orbit and the data can then be transmitted to the ground for analysis.