Moog Inc., originally Moog Valve Company, was founded in July of 1951. Since then, the company has faithfully adhered to co-founder Bill Moog’s vision of “a better way to run a business.” Moog asserts that engineers’ innovation and problem solving are its backbone, so it should be a place where engineers love to work. This ethos has served the company well. Moog Inc. is now a successful manufacturer and integrator of precision motion control systems, and products with a worldwide presence.
Moog Videolarm, formerly Videolarm Inc., is now part of Moog Sensor and Surveillance Systems’ Sector (Moog S3). Through this acquisition, Moog designs and manufactures physical security solutions specifically for deployment in the commercial surveillance environment. Their products are implemented in transportation, maritime, citywide surveillance, law enforcement, and broadcast applications. Backed by Moog’s industrial components, Moog S3 provides top-tier solutions with the most advanced capabilities available.
In addition to cameras, Moog S3 provides secure, rugged, vandal- and weather-proof housings, remote power solutions, camera poles and lowering devices. They offer high quality, scalable video solutions for IP, HD and PoE deployment. Most of Moog S3’s solutions can be outfitted for infrared or thermal capabilities and solar power solutions. These impressive offerings can be fitted for wired or wireless deployment.
Moog’s world-renowned engineering teams support MoogS3 development. This is perhaps their greatest strength because it allows them to provide military grade solutions at commercial price points. Take the latest addition to their EXO line the EXO Gemineye imaging system for example.
The Gemini is positioner based and capable of providing HD quality images in dusty, high glare, thick fog, low light and totally dark conditions. The EXO line of cameras is built to endure whatever is thrown at them. Corrosive chemicals, harsh contaminants, general corrosion, high force impacts, flammable gases, excessive dust and even stray bullets are no match for the EXO Gemineye’s durable housing.
Because of its modular construction, the EXO Gemineye imaging system can be configured to observe remote locations in full HD or thermal imaging. In the case of HD, the full 1080p display is capable of zoom up to 30x magnification and the thermal implementation boasts an impressive VGA quality resolution. In addition to the resolution quality, the thermal imaging camera can be configured with a fixed lens or continuous zoom lens depending on the surveillance needs of the location where it’s deployed. It can be mounted practically anywhere; on poles, walls, ground vehicles, watercraft, right side up or inverted.
This technology is adequate for commercial, government and military deployments. Homeland Security and other federal, state and local agencies depend on the accuracy and dependability ensured by Moog’s reputable engineering teams and industry leading, 3 to 5 year warranties. They also provide 24/7 technical support from U.S. offices in Decatur, GA, Northbrook, IL, Gaithersburg, MD, and from Schwerte, Germany — extending into 26 countries. The scalability of Moog S3 solutions also helps provide protection to smaller entities without a fleet or city to look after.
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