GEIM's LDI non-lethal laser rifle makes first appearance in Africa 22601171

 
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ShieldAfrica 2017 Official Online Show Daily News Media Partner
Defence & Security International Exhibition
24 - 26 January 2017
Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
 
 
GEIM at ShieldAfrica 2017
 
 
GEIM's LDI non-lethal laser rifle makes first appearance in Africa
At ShieldAfrica 2017, the Fench SME company GEIM is showcasing for the first time in Africa its innovative Laser for Deterrence and Interception non-lethal rifle, or LDI. Showcased on TR Equipment's booth, this high power non lethal laser has been specifically designed for deterrence and interception of potential threats.
     
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Unveiled in Oct. 2016 during Euronaval exhibition, the LDI laser incorporates the latest GEIM technologies for beam shaping which gives to the LDI its innovative character, in terms of power and efficiency. The latest generation lens guarantee a strong resistance to maritime and military environmental constraints.

Through the high level of technology and the overall control of the product, GEIM is able to produce an innovative deterrent and interception laser. The LDI integrate three active eye safe security devices (compliant to CE and EN60825.1).

The LDI is a completely self contained high power green laser device which provides the longest range (>500m) non-lethal deterrence of any technology available.

The LDI is autonomous with integrated batteries, allowing up to 180 minutes of operational time. Picatinny rails allow the use of multiple aiming scopes for different operating conditions

The LDI, which features the most powerful laser on the market (6000mW), is designed for a wide range of missions: military, maritime and port security, law enforcement, protection of oil & gas facilities, airport bird hazard, safety of commercial and cruise ships.

 

 

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