German military dog or equipped with new camera system has a 360 degree panoramic camera.

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 German military dog or equipped with new camera system has a 360 degree panoramic camera.


It is reported that the system weighs 5 kilograms, including a camera, a power supply, a wireless video transmitter and a dual channel electronic instruction receiver. At the aviation exhibition, P3 showed the 360 degree panoramic camera equipped with the system. Other systems developed by the company include thermal imaging cameras or infrared sensor cameras. Reported that the system will enable the dog to detect the situation before the soldiers arrive. The signal transmission distance of this system can reach one kilometer, so that operators can send instructions to military dogs at a distance. Fuller, manager of P3 company, said the relevant technology is also intended to provide support for front-line forces. According to P3, consumers in the police and civil markets are interested in the system besides the federal defense force. Since 2011, the Canada Company K9StormIncorporated has provided the defense department with a canine armored suit with a camera to withstand the 9 mm and 0.45 millimeter pistol bullets. In 2015, the US company launched a dog camera attached to the mouth to work according to instructions. In 2016, Honeywell, a hi-tech service company, launched a similar camera system for dogs to install navigation functions. It is reported that the federal defense forces use military dogs in various ways, including parachute helicopters, front-line soldiers and search for explosives, drugs and mines. Source: China News Net editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Since 2011, the Canada Company K9StormIncorporated has provided the defense department with a canine armored suit with a camera to withstand the 9 mm and 0.45 millimeter pistol bullets. In 2015, the US company launched a dog camera attached to the mouth to work according to instructions. In 2016, Honeywell, a hi-tech service company, launched a similar camera system for dogs to install navigation functions. It is reported that the federal defense forces use military dogs in various ways, including parachute helicopters, front-line soldiers and search for explosives, drugs and mines.