Netro platform optronic solutions like Drive Night Sight work through the fusion of thermal and day optic technologies to deliver an extremely smart solution for efficient operability and maneuverability of the platform. It offers enhanced depth perception, situational awareness, and detection ranges. Netro solutions powered by thermal imaging technology are capable of working in pitch dark conditions and through fog and smoke as well.
Thermal imaging technology uses an uncooled microbolometer that collects infrared (IR) radiation such as body heat or engine heat from objects and people and forms an electronic image for soldiers to understand. Thermal sensors can detect minute differences in temperature to produce images without the need of any visible light.
Netro optronic devices deploy the latest generation of fast optics for better low light performance and range. Optic assemblies in Netro devices use special military grade coatings and are optimally designed and detailed to ensure minimal distortion while ensuring better sensitivity, resolutions, and contrasts for enhanced DRI parameters.
Faster performance, lower power consumption and smart features is result of a combination of smart electronics deployed within Netro optronic devices. They form the intelligence within the devices to deliver quick and responsive performance while adding innovative functionalities and capabilities to the device.
Netro optronic devices are indigenously designed, developed, and manufactured at MKU’s state of art facility at Kanpur, India which includes an in-house design and development center, a class 10,000 clean room, and state of art testing equipment for sensor, optical, mechanical & environmental performance as per MIL-STD-810G and Indian standard JSS-55555.
Netro’s success in delivering high performance optronic solutions can be attributed to our continuous emphasis on research and development and adoption of new manufacturing and core technologies. Over 50% of our team comprises of qualified engineers in the fields of Product Design, Optical Design, MEMS, Image processing, FPGA and Embedded Systems Design.