Raytec installs Infra Red illuminators in the most remote bat caves Published on 18 January 2011
Raytec IR illuminators have been deployed deep in the remote bat caves of the Mulu National Park, Borneo Infra Red CCTV cameras capture high quality images inside the bat caves where there is no scope for natural light
In possibly the world's most remote installation, Raytec IR illuminators have been deployed deep in the remote bat caves of the Mulu National Park, Borneo, in a specialist eco surveillance project directed by Charles Tomas, CEO and Principal Security Adviser of CTG Security Matrix.
The IR lights capture high quality images of the jungle wildlife in absolute darkness in the network of underground chambers, providing covert surveillance without disturbing the unspoilt habitat. The images are then transmitted to a visitor information centre, located 3km from the caves, with fibre-optic cabling linking the two sites across the most challenging jungle terrain. The unique CCTV system, purpose built and installed by Australian Integrated Security, demanded the most high performance and rugged equipment to deliver premium image quality within such a harsh environment.