TactiCam a new vision of 3 Dimensional camouflage for armoured vehicle at IAV 2011

 

IAV International Armoured Vehicles 2011
International Defence Exhibition & Conference
Excel London
, United Kingdom
07 - 10 February 2011
 
Armor Works at IAV 2011
 

Tuesday, February 8, 2011, 03:40 PM

 
TactiCam a new vision of 3 Dimensional camouflage for armoured vehicle at IAV 2011.
 
 
ArmorWorks presents at International Armoured Vehicles 2011 an new innovative 3D camouflage applique for armoured vehicle called TactiCam that has the potential to reduce vehicle signature in radar, infrared and visual spectrum.
     
ArmorWorks presents at International Armoured Vehicles 2011 an new innovative 3D camouflage applique for armoured vehicle called TactiCam that has the potential to reduce vehicle signature in radar, infrared and visual spectrum.
TactiCam 3 Dimensional pattern camouflage for armoured vehicle
     

This new camouflage equipment has already demonstrated effective signature reduction in tests and is undergoing optimization. The outer layer of the TactiCam material is shaped in randomly generated three-dimensional pattern displaying varying geometric shapes, in different depth levels.

These randomly generated 3 Dimensional patterns of varying geometric shapes, excel at disrupting the planer surfaces of modern external vehicles armour panels compared to 2D camouflage paint schemes.

Lightweight appliqués panels of TactiCam can be coated with with infra-red or radar absorbing suppressing materials, and be filled with insulation that can both suppress emissive spectral frequencies, while reducing solar heat gain.

The technology can be integrated into armour panels in production or retrofit to any ground vehicle.

     
Lightweight appliqués panels of TactiCam can be coated with with infra-red or radar absorbing suppressing materials, and be filled with insulation that can both suppress emissive spectral frequencies, while reducing solar heat gain.
Lightweight appliqués panel can be coated with IR or RAM suppressive materials

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