Founded in 1998, Vision Technologies, Inc. (VTI) is a registered small business. The founder and CEO (a service disabled veteran) assembled a team of engineers and former military technicians and officers, to developed a product line of Military Standard Certified (MIL-STD) Electro Optic (EO) and Forward Looking Infra-Red (IR) fixed and pan and tilt sensor systems designed specifically to operate and survive in extreme environmental and operational conditions found in military combat and heavy industrial applications. Over the last 13 years, VTI has established a reputation for delivering innovative, highly reliable, cost effective imaging systems that will survive and continue to operate in extreme environmental and actual combat conditions.
Vision Technologies certifies all our systems, by approved government testing facilities and laboratories, to meet the standards detailed on the Certification & Testing page.
All Vision Technologies camera heads/housings are designed to be compatible with every major board level camera/lens manufacturer worldwide. Our systems provide an unlimited number of camera/sensor configurations and the capability to incorporate the latest changes in technology, significantly extending the useful life of the system and improving cost performance.
Vision Technologies pan and tilt chassis can accommodate 2-4 different sensors, allowing for a wide variety of day/night camera/sensor combinations to meet the mission specific needs of the customer. Most sensors can be swapped in place in approximately 15 minutes with standard tools without taking the system off line.
From 1.0 inches to 13 miles, Vision Technologies systems are designed to allow the customer to dictate the system performance requirements.
Our systems are expected to be deployed on Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) combat vehicles and Navy/Marine Corps Amphibious Vehicles and Surface combatants, which by definition are required to withstand the destructive effects of an improvised explosive device (IED), land mine, or sub-surface mine or explosive charge. For this reason, Vision Technologies sought out the most demanding standard available that would as closely as possible replicate the destructive effects of a close proximity detonation of a high explosive. Vision Technologies tests all our systems to meet this demanding standard, subjecting our systems to over 400 g’s of shock in all three axis, to ensure the camera has a reasonable expectation of surviving and being able to provide the crew with the means to quickly survey the area, day or night, identify any remaining threat and determine the safest egress route from the disabled vehicle or damaged compartment.
Vision Technologies, Inc. designed, developed and manufactures a full line of fixed and pan and tilt sensor/camera and supporting systems and accessories that have passed MIL-STD-901D Grade “A” Shock Certification, both lightweight table and barge. Please contact Vision Technologies to discuss your specific imaging system requirements.