Google Play ‘night Vision Camera’ App Will Empty Your Wallet | Pcworld

As I write this, its still available for download. If you download this night vision camera app it will cost you. On the Google Play site, the app description reads: Want to make the most original photos when out at night without having to use the flash? Or you love to take pictures of your neighbor while changing? As the night vision camera will be your favorite app!
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ADS Advance – Thermoteknix to demo Fused Night Vision in Night Tunnel at Eurosatory 2014

officials participating in President Obamas surprise visit with U.S. troops in Afghanistan, according to a Washington Post report . Congressional committees reject proposed defense cuts:Members of the House and Senate armed services committees rejected many of President Obamas proposed cost-saving measures for the Defense Department, including closing obsolete facilities, eliminating an attack-aircraft fleet and changes in pay, according to a Washington Post report . VA officials in the hot seat: Three Department of Veterans Affairs officials are scheduled to testify Wednesday before the House Veterans Affairs Committee about what happened with destroyed documents related to the VA scheduling controversy, according to In the Loops round-up of notable hearings . Advocates for homeless vets to meet in Washington: The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans conference takes place Wednesday, and participants say they are concerned that the budgets for their work may shrink because of increasing pressure to reduce federal spending, according to a Military Times article . Follow Josh Hicks on Twitter , Facebook or Google+ .
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Rockwell Collins and Elbit to provide night-vision capability to Navy pilot head-up displays

car headlamps/streetlights) causes I2 devices to fail. The Night Tunnel built on the Thermoteknix stand provides Eurosatory 2014 visitors with first-hand experience of ClipIRs performance in real-life night-time conditions. Mil Spec ClipIR is unique in its 40 Field of View which matches that of the I2 for maximum situational awareness in all conditions and is available with a range of brackets to fit most industry standard monocular and binocular Night Vision devices including PVS 7, PVS 14 and PVS 15. British company Thermoteknix Systems Ltd is one of the worlds leading innovators and manufacturers of thermal imaging technology including TiCAM Thermal Imaging Binoculars lightweight, Military Specification devices for reconnaissance, border security and general situational awareness in the field and the MicroCAM 2 range of ultra miniature and very low power thermal camera modules.
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Does the USDA need night vision and drones to combat feral pigs?

Feral swine are pictured in this undated handout from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. (Reuters/USDA).

U.S. Navy combat aircraft experts needed night-vision capability for helmet-mounted head-up displays for high-performance fighter-bomber aircraft. They found their solution from a partnership of Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Elbit Systems of America in Fort Worth, Texas — otherwise known as Rockwell Collins-ESA Vision Systems LLC. Officials of the Naval Air Systems Command at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Md., announced plans Friday to negotiate a sole-source contract with Rockwell Collins-ESA for Night Vision Cueing and Display (NVCD) Systems that are compatible with different versions of the Navy’s Boeing F/A-18 Hornet strike fighter. The NVCD is part of the Rockwell Collins Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS), which projects symbology and imagery onto the pilot’s helmet-mounted visor to help meet the workload of operating the aircraft; detecting, tracking, and engaging targets; and dealing with emergency situations. Most importantly the JMCS and NVCD combination enables the pilot to keep his eyes out of the cockpit while viewing important information presented as symbology on his visor about targets, aircraft status, and navigation.
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