Our Project

A cost effective infrared panoramic is a platform which can supplement current security solutions. Infrared detectors provide a unique advantage over normal charged coupled device (CCD) and complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) detectors. Infrared detectors can see outside the human vision spectrum which allows them to detect warm blooded animals and other hot items without the need of supplementing illumination. This technology has been widely used in military applications to provide situational awareness to troops in the field and help protect bases from incoming threats. Taking this previously expensive military technology and implementing a budget 360 degree panoramic solution to be used in commercial and residential application could be extremely beneficial at increasing safety while protecting high value targets, increase the ef´Čüciency of surveillance solutions, and reducing the frequency of false alarms.

About Us

Laith Charles

Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Central Florida. His interests are in optics, communications, and bio-nanotechnologies. After graduation, he will pursue a career in hardware design. He plans on pursuing higher level education in the not too distant future.

Alejandro Drausal

Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering from University of Central Florida. He's currently working at St. Johns Optical Systems in Sanford developing software for interfacing cameras.

Tyler Johnson

Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering from University of Central Florida. He has accepted a job at Lockheed Martin out of state after graduation, focusing on software development.

Nick Gaor

Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Central Florida. He plans on pursuing a career dealing with network communications and hopes to work for a privatized engineering company.