WIRIS® Security Pixy WS
Based on a long-term cooperation between companies Workswell and Gremsy, Gremsy Pixy WS gimbal was developed and is specifically designed for for infrared camera WIRIS Security providing numerous capabilities in a compact body.
The Workswell WIRIS® Security is a infrared camera (also called as thermal camera) for drones and is designed primarily for search and rescue applications. WIRIS Security consists of both: infrared camera and RGB camera sensor. Infrared camera is equipped with a LWIR microbolometer (7.5 – 13.5 μm range) with a native resolution 800 x 600 px. Thermal sensitivity of the infrared camera sensor is 40 mK.
RGB camera could offer a high-sensitivity dusk and night vision and 10x optical ZOOM. Thus, the RGB camera image is clear even at minimum light of 0.0008 lux. The camera’s focal length is variable within an interval of 129.0 mm – 4.3 mm, and it equals up to 30x optical ZOOM.
No other drone-mounted thermal imaging camera can offer these parameters.
Gremsy WS for WIRIS Security
Compact & Lightweight – Gremsy Pixy WS weight is only 470g, what makes it one of the lightest gimbals among Gremsy gimbals.
No Balancing nor Tuning – Built for a specific camera on tray, no balancing nor tuning is required, giving you the fastest possible setup time.
Upside Down Perspective – Pixy WS delivers excellent quality stabilization in inverted modes, making it perfect for precisely framed images.
Internal Wiring & Clean Design – All wires for the connection between gimbal and camera are covered by a bracket to ensure a clean and smart design.
Compatible with many Flight Controllers – Compatible with Pixhawk & DJI FC.
This camera is categorized as a NON-ITAR product, which means that from the administrative point of view, the sale, export, and import of this thermal camera is considerably easier and faster than it would be for an ITAR unit. There are no extensive legal requirements to comply with for the WIRIS Security.
SDK – Develop your own Apps
Along with the Workswell WIRIS Security, we provide an SDK (Standard Development Kit) enabling you to develop your own applications. These libraries give access to low-level functionalities and enable the application developer to fully utilize the camera hardware’s potential.
See more information in Stream SDK tutorial