Securing a site or city requires the ability to distinguish between friend and foe, and in today’s world, that means 24/7 video surveillance.Learn more
Opgal is a global producer of ground-breaking industrial thermal imaging and optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras for various applications.Learn more
Opgal’s battle proven military thermal imaging defense solutions conform to the strictest military standards for deployment on land, sea, and air.Learn more
Safety is at the core of Opgal’s Enhanced Vision System (EVS) for aviation, ensuring the safety of pilots in reduced visibility conditions.Learn more
Mobile thermal imaging systems: personal handheld thermal imagers, as well as open source, lightweight, high performance Android thermal cameras.Learn more
+100 Years of Collective Experience and Expertise
Opgal is a key global provider of innovative thermal imaging cameras and systems, and 24/7 all-weather surveillance solutions.
Leveraging forty years of experience in the predominantly exclusive thermal imaging market, Opgal uses its vast field expertise to create high performance electro-optic observation systems for various applications.
Some of our breakthrough products include: EyeCGas™, the world’s first Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera certified for hazardous locations; Therm-App™, the world’s first Android thermal camera; and the world’s first thermal landing-assist EVS camera certified for commercial airplanes. With over 50,000 infrared thermal imaging cores supplied and a vast range of thermal imaging cameras, Opgal is one of the largest manufacturers outside of the US.
Our feature-rich, modular, and ruggedized products stand the test of time under diverse weather and harsh conditions. Opgal’s cameras protect site perimeters, borders and frontiers, critical infrastructure, government sites, public utilities, seaports, airports, industrial plants, solar farms, and even entire cities. With a impressive repertoire of active projects worldwide, we are looking forward to the next challenge. Will YOUR project be next?