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OPTSYS presents OPTSee, its new know-how demonstrator,

and announces its partnership with SCHOTT during DSEI

 

IMG 0068 WebDSEI, London, September 10, 2013 - OPTSYS, a French company specialising in protected vision for armoured vehicles and subsidiary of the Nexter Group, presents an innovative demonstrator, OPTSee, to exhibit its products at the DSEI show. Dynamic and interactive, the demonstration unit lets you discover the whole OPTSYS product range.

The demonstrator will be equipped with the DVE (Driver Vision Enhancement) range, including two breakthrough innovations, unique on the market, responding to the dimensional and integration constraints on a military vehicle. Firstly, ViDOK, a compact and cost effective independent video module allowing video to be added to any periscope thanks to its innovative fastening system: an economically attractive solution for upgrading an M113-type vehicle. Then there is RuDi, a rugged touch-screen display that can be easily integrated into any vehicle configuration thanks to its adjustable connectors.

Moreover, OPTSYS confirms its position as a recognised player in the LSAS market as it has been mass producing its ViPer system (360° vision) since 2012, which you can discover with the latest ViPER 361° development on the demonstrator.

Finally, OPTSYS continues its commitment to being a reliable partner and a benchmark in protected vision. Likewise, OPTSYS has signed a partnership agreement with SCHOTT, proving themselves as an integrator of complete armoured glass solutions with high added value.

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