SimHDR-IR accurately models MWIR and LWIR thermal effects such as thermal cross-over and thermal inversion.
SimHDR-IR provides accurate modeling of the diurnal progression of temperature contrast under fixed and varying meteorological conditions impacted by temperature and moisture content.
SimHDR-IR provides extremely rapid GPU based sensor transforms on the fly to generate sensor displays with greater pixel density and reduced latency.
All SimHDR-IR signature modeling is executed in floating point math and natural radiometric units providing full HDRR across your entire scene.
SimHDR-IR provides rapid and accurate physics-based GPU thermal models to render MWIR and LWIR sensor effects in a High Dynamic Range.
SimHDR-IR can be delivered in a variety of ways to meet your needs and budget constraints.
Integrate SimHDR-IR into your own application using the SimHDR-IR SDK .
SimHDR-IR can be delivered as a completely integrated plug-in module for multiple supported applications saving you time and resources while expanding your current visual display capabilities.
RSC provides experienced and talented engineers to work with you and your staff to integrate our capabilities into your visual application.
SimHDR-IR includes all of the capabilities of SimHDR with the addition of a physics-based thermal model to render MWIR and LWIR sensor effects and phenomena (such as thermal cross-over and thermal inversion) across time-varying environmental and atmospheric conditions. In addition, SimHDR-IR provides extremely rapid GPU based sensor transforms on-the-fly to generate sensor displays with greater pixel density and reduced latency. SimHDR-IR can be easily integrated into your existing OpenGL-based visual application or Image Generator through our open API and non-evasive GPU shader management technology.
SimHDR-IR provides accurate modeling of the diurnal progression of temperature contrast under fixed and varying meteorological conditions impacted by temperature and moisture content. SimHDR-IR’s flexible architecture and open API allows developers to rapidly add physics-based IR sensor modeling to existing visual applications and Image Generators. SimHDR-IR accommodates a wide range of applications and use cases that include full-fidelity sensor training systems, desktop computer-based training, classroom-based multimedia systems, ready-room mission briefing systems, in-cockpit sensor displays, and multi-channel immersive visuals.