ALICE - Uncooled Thermal Imager Core (UTIC) from SELEX Galileo S.p.A.

The Uncooled Thermal Imager Core (UTIC) is an electrooptical engine based on tate-of–the-art Vanadium Oxide microbolometer high resolution (640 x 480) focal planes. Dedicated A/D conversion and processing electronics, developed by SELEX Galileo, allows on-board processing capability to attain the best image quality.

 The advantages of the uncooled InfraRed (IR) technology means that there is no need for cryo-cooling devices, resulting in a reduction  in weight, size and power consumption of the thermal imager, and with an overall improvement to reliability.


  • High performance Long Wave InfraRed (LWIR) uncooled core
  • Lightweight compact design
  • Low power consumption
  • Ease of system integration
  • Flexible video out and control interface
  • Programmable configuration
  • Auto or manual gain and offset
  • Programmable gain and offset region
  • Auto calibration at start-up
  • User programmable text display and symbols
  • Freeze frame
  • Four programmable correction tables
  • Auto calibration mode based on residual non-uniformity evaluation
  • Colour text and graphics in video electronics standard association mode
  • Military specification compliant.

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