Imenco Marine & Naval Project Group develops and manufactures high-performance fleet fit, low-light level submarine CCTV systems for navigation and tactical purposes.
Imenco Camera Group provides marine closed-circuit television (CCTV) and underwater camera imaging technology to many navies, special forces, coastguards and security specialists worldwide.
The company designs and engineer’s quality camera systems using a broad spectrum of available technologies.
Naval surveillance systems for surface vessels
We have extensive experience in the design, manufacture and supply of specialised cameras and CCTV systems for surface navy vessels.
The company provides amphibious low-light surveillance systems (ALLSS) and helicopter operations surveillance systems (HOSS). These feature low-light capabilities, as well as integrated MIL-SPEC CCTV surveillance systems for day and night surveillance, monitoring, safety and security purposes. These systems are available in standard definition (SD) monochrome, high-definition (HD) colour day/night, with analogue and internet protocol (IP) options.
Imenco UK Ltd
ALLSS and HOSS solutions include various camera and control capabilities that meet challenging high military-level specifications. These include shock (MIL-STD-901D ‘hammer’ shock test), vibration (MIL-STD-167-1A Shipboard), electromagnetic interference (EMI) (MIL-STD-461F) and temperature and humidity (MIL-STD-810F) standards.
Monitoring is available for above and below deck such as flight / helideck, well deck, hangar bay, engine room, machinery space and waterline security areas.
Marine digital IP CCTV equipment for naval vessels
In addition to our fully military qualified range, we also provide Imenco Marine CCTV, which is a ruggedised digital marine IP CCTV system.
Imenco Marine CCTV provides commercial-off-the-shelf surveillance monitoring as well as control and recording solutions.
The unit meets safety, security and reliability requirements for a range of commercial, coastguard and naval support vessels. It also delivers improved operational efficiency as well as an integrated working environment for safe and efficient management of critical vessel operations and the deployment and movement of ship personnel.
The system design allows for flexible configuration of operator stations with a wide choice of camera viewing solutions with specific camera designs to suit all top-deck, below-deck and underwater monitoring applications.
System components take full advantage of the latest IP Network and Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) cabling infrastructure, simplifying installation requirements, increasing flexibility and significantly reducing vessel installation costs.
Imenco Marine CCTV is economical and can be installed on vessels requiring only a few cameras, as well as larger vessel needing integrated units with hundreds of cameras.
- Powerful and flexible video management software
- Integration with other vessel management solutions, including integrated platform management systems (ipms), integrated bridge systems (ibs)
- Simplified, cost-effective system installation using Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) technology
- Open Network Video InterFace (ONVIF) compliant software and cameras, allowing endless integration possibilities, maximum system compatibility and flexibility
- A wide range of options allowing the system to be easily customised
- An open platform enabling custom solutions to be added for access control, video analytics and other future technologies
- High-definition camera-viewing solutions for every monitoring application and vessel location – topside, hazardous area, below-decks and subsea
- DNV GL-type-approved rugged marine grade system components where required for integrated bridge vessel solutions
- Naval mil-spec and ultra-low-light camera and equipment options where required for extreme EMI, shock and vibration requirements
- Seamless integration with alarms, passive infra-red (PIR) detectors and fire-detection systems
- Global sales and local customer support through Imenco offices and dealer network worldwide
Submarine camera solutions
Imenco Marine and Naval Project Group manufactures high-performance fleet fit, low-light-level submarine camera systems for monitoring, navigation and tactical purposes such as:
- Towed array handling monitoring
- Navigation assistance and visual confirmation
- Diver deployment, dry deck shelter (DDS) monitoring
- Periscope systems
- Special operations
Imenco submarine camera solutions meet stringent MIL-SPEC qualifications, but further testing and remodelling can be carried out, if required.
Several worldwide navies use the in-service CCTV solutions for many applications.
Imenco designs and manufactures topside camera units, subsea cameras, lights and lasers. More than 40 years of expertise provide customers with added value and smart solutions.
Imenco also specialises in the supply of helicopter and missile fuelling systems to naval and commercial marine markets.
Imenco is approved by Achilles and DNV, while our integrated management system is certified according to BS-EN ISO 9001: 2015.
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Imenco’s history goes back to 1979 and through the acquisition of Setec Contracting in 2005, Imenco gained 28 years of knowledge and experience within the aviation fuelling industry.
Imenco designs, develops and manufactures topside camera systems and subsea cameras, lights and lasers.
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Imenco UK, the award-winning supplier of marine and naval visual surveillance systems based in Aberdeen and Wick, is delighted to announce a major contract win from Babcock International Group for the supply of CCTV systems for the Royal Navy’s Type 31 programme.
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Imenco has announced it will attend the Oceanology International Exhibition in London, UK.
Imenco has announced it will be attending the 2020 Subsea Expo Exhibition and Conference in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Imenco is due to exhibit at the Sea Air Space 2019 exhibition in Washington DC, US.
Imenco offers the most advanced helicopter refuelling systems in the naval market.
Imenco UK CCTV group recently signed a contract for several hundred rugged naval CCTV cameras.
Imenco is due to exhibit at the Sea Air Space 2019 exhibition in Washington DC, US, between 6-8 May.
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Kongsberg Maritime UK-based Camera Group are delighted to be exhibiting again at CANSEC 2018 - Canada’s Global Defence and Security Trade Show, which is being held on 30-31 May at the EY Centre, Ottawa, Canada.
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