Sagem presents new optronic land surveillance mast fitted with JIM LR binoculars Milipol 2013 231113

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MILIPOL 2013
Worldwide Exhibition of Internal State Security

19 - 22 November 2013
Paris, France
 
Sagem at Milipol 2013
 
 
Saturday, November 23, 2013 11:55 AM
 
Sagem presents new land surveillance optronic mast fitted with JIM LR binoculars at Milipol 2013.
The international security exhibition and trade show, Milipol 2013, provides an excellent opportunity for Sagem (Safran) to showcase its diversified range of optronic systems and equipment that address requirements for surveillance, intelligence, protection and engagement. These products are designed to meet the most demanding requirements of homeland security units, special forces and armed forces in countries around the world.
     
JIM LR binoculars are at the heart of a new intelligence system that is being unveiled at Milipol: MOST (Mât Optronique de Surveillance Terrestre), an optronic land surveillance mast.
Sagem MOST land surveillance electronic mast with JIM LR Binoculars at Milipol 2013, International Exhibition of Internal State Security in Paris, France.
     

Sagem is showcasing its Sword family of weapon scopes and JIM LR, a family of long-range multifunction infrared binoculars. The Sword family includes scopes with a single infrared channel (Sword light) or versions that combine day and night (infrared) vision (Sword T&D and Sword Medium).

JIM LR binoculars are at the heart of a new intelligence system that is being unveiled at Milipol: MOST (Mât Optronique de Surveillance Terrestre), an optronic land surveillance mast. It is operated from a shelter-mounted tactical terminal and features the latest image processing software - another specialty at Sagem. Building on the outstanding performance offered by JIM LR, Sagem offers other advanced functions on MOST, including day-night image fusion, panoramic display, and automatic threat detection. MOST is being offered in several configurations: vehicle mounted, fixed station, telescopic mast. Covering a full 360 degrees, the JIM LR sensor incorporates a thermal imager, GPS and a north seeker enabling the detection and position determination of a target at a range of several kilometers, for protection, intelligence and attack missions.

More than 5,000 JIM LR units are now on order or in service in some 30 countries, including the armed forces of the United States, United Kingdom, Poland, Denmark and France. The Sword scope and JIM LR binoculars have been used in foreign deployments, including Afghanistan. JIM LR binoculars are produced at Sagem's plant in Poitiers.

 

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