The Slope Vision system comprising of a high-definition camera system and advanced software enables the user to command the camera to specific georeferenced coordinates or points of interest.
While performing real-time monitoring, utilising the Movement and Surveying Radar (MSR), Slope Vision provides the user with a high-definition PTZ camera system to monitor all operation in the field of view. Once the MSR detects instability the Slope Vision can be task to investigate a specific point for any period of time without affecting the operation of the radar.
Slope Vision is an essential situational awareness tool that will provide value in the geotechnical environment.
The camera of the Slope Vision solution can be mounted on a Reutech MSR, Reutech MPP or a fixed point on the mine site. The images are digitally transmitted to the Slope Vision software and can provide footage of any selected point.
The system can be commanded from the both the Slope Vision software and the MSR software to view an area where geotechnical warning(s) or alarm threshold(s) was reached, thus allowing viewing or recording of these areas while the MSR continues with its primary function of critical slope stability monitoring uninterrupted.
PTZ (360° azimuth, 0° to 90° elevation)
Full HD (1920×1080)
30x optical zoom
-45°C to 60°C / -49°F to 140°F sustained operation
-51°C to 60°C / -60°F to 140°F
100-240VAC 50-60Hz | 24VAC, 24VDC
SAS Business Centre
Level 5, Landmark Building
30 Cecil Street