Freed from the dark [ID18D3]

09 November 2018

Greece-based Theon Sensors (Hall D, Stand DP035) is showing a range of its monocular and binocular night vision devices at Indo Defence.

The company is a regular exhibitor at defence and security exhibitions worldwide.

Besides its headquarters in Athens, Theon Sensors has regional offices in Abu Dhabi and Singapore, where it serves the 70,000 devices in service or under contract in 40 different countries. With all Theon systems designed to stringent military standards, the company prides itself on providing high performance and ergonomically advanced devices to increase a soldier’s safety and mission success.

Theon argues that a benefit of night vision I2 (image intensifiers) is the ability to see the actual picture of the environment, resulting in the ability to accurately recognise and identify people and objects. These systems allow one to read maps, symbols and signs in a unit that is low in weight and power consumption.

Following a commercial agreement, the Harris Corporation has added the Theon Sensors NYX dedicated night vision binocular to its portfolio, and it has been given the new designation F5032 lightweight night vision binocular.

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