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HoodTech Vision to Demonstrate New Alticam 05-EO5, 4-Axis Stabilized Imaging Payload at AUVSI 2014

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HOOD RIVER, Ore., May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HoodTech Vision (www.hoodtechvision.com), a leading manufacturer of stabilized imaging payloads for small unmanned and manned systems, will be demonstrating the recently introduced Alticam 05-EO5, a 4-axis stabilized imaging payload for small to medium unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2014 in Orlando, Florida, booth #847. To view the online press kit, please go to: http://www.virtualpressoffice.com/kit/my2c. Based on HoodTech Vision's latest EO imaging technology, the Alticam 05-EO5 features a four-axis stabilized gimbal system with coordinate hold mode and embedded video stabilization and tracking functions. The pan-over-tilt payload turret is vibration-isolated with a slew rate of 50 degrees/per second. With dual-mode operation, network/serial and analog (video), the 05 turret includes an embedded video server and an optional network interface.

The new Alticam 05-EO5 is a drop-in replacement for HoodTech's legacy Alticam 06 and Alticam 07 models, offering better optics and improved stabilization. For more information, please visit: www.hoodtechvision.com. To view HoodTech Vision's AUVSI (Unmanned Systems North America 2014) online press kit, please go to: http://www.virtualpressoffice.com/kit/my2c.

HoodTech Vision - www.hoodtechvision.com - Hood River, Oregon, designs and manufactures stabilized EO/IR camera turrets for long-range imaging from moving platforms, such as small unmanned aircraft, manned/unmanned ground and marine systems. The company's team of experts and vast experience in sensor integration, vibration isolation, disturbance rejection, and dedicated video processing has made HoodTech Vision the preferred supplier of highly mass-efficient, low SWaP, small UAV ISR imaging payloads.

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