DSEI 2015

Seek and spot [DSEI15, D4]

18 September 2015

Toronto, Ontario-based Newcon Optik has introduced the Seeker, a compact, mil-spec laser rangefinder module capable of being boresighted to practically any optical system.

In addition to use on crew served, sniper and assault weapons, the unit can be integrated into more complex fire control systems to acquire accurate distance, azimuth and inclination target data out to several kilometres.

Seeker can be used in conjunction with the company’s own Android battle space management application, or with other Android-based systems or proprietary fire control or mapping software suites, to visualise and act on the geospatial target data it acquires.

Also on display at the company’s Stand N4-142 is the Spotter LRF, Newcon Optik’s first device combining the high-quality optics of its long-range spotting scopes with an eye-safe 3km laser rangefinder, alongside other electro-optical products, including image intensified night vision devices, thermal imaging systems, laser rangefinders and other tactical optics.

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