Canadian company GSCI (Hall B, Stand B077), a partner of Photonis Technologies, is showcasing its ITAR-free Quadro-G Fusion Goggles, the newest addition to its expansive line-up of advanced detection systems and designed as a counterpart to the Quadro-S Fusion Weapon Sight.
"With the Quadro-G, we've taken the core functionality of the Quadro-S and pivoted away from its weapon-mounted operation to instead focus on a tactical goggle that is better suited for versatile, short- to medium-range surveillance and reconnaissance," said the company's lead technician. "The dual-eyepiece design is paired with a lightweight, helmet-mountable housing that makes the Quadro-G the only true fusion system of its kind."
GSCI's fusion systems operate in four distinct, manually cycled modes: thermal, daytime, night-time, and a day/night hybrid view, aptly named Fusion mode.
These channels work together to produce a lag-free video image that gives the operator unmatched situational awareness in any low-light scenario. The lightweight but durable Quadro-G's fast Germanium lens with the lowest F-number produces a sharp, clear image.