Taiwan to develop panoramic vehicle imaging system with virtual reality technology

The Republic of China Armed Forces with National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST) to develop a panoramic vehicle imaging system with virtual reality technology.

NCSIST showcased one of the first its panoramic vehicle imaging system for CM-32  “Yunpao” (Clouded Leopard) Infantry Fighting Vehicles. The panoramic viewing system by NCSIST also can be introduced for military vehicles, armored personnel carriers, and main battle tanks with night driving capability in the harsh conditions of military operations.

The new system typically consists of a display unit with touch interface, intended for embedding into wall panels, lift mast, panoramic camera, EO/IR payload and virtual reality glasses.

Panoramic Vehicle Imaging System

  •  Vehicular accessories for safety and surveillance
  •  Situational awareness
  •  Security monitoring

The system will be provided with an automatic motion detection system providing threat warning. The stabilization enables the crew to view 360 deg images on the monitor even when the platform is traveling at high speed.

NCSIST, established in 1969, is a leading player in the indigenous design, development, production, logistics support of critical defense systems for Taiwan.

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