Opticoelectron Group will be present at AUSA 2017, Washington DC [updated]
The Bulgarian optical producer Opticoelectron Group Ltd. will participate in the largest military exhibition for ground equipment AUSA 2017, which will be held a place from 09 to 11 October in Washington DC. You can visit Opticoelectron`s booth at Hall E 8429.
The company will be deploying 15 square meters of exhibition area and will present to the US Army its latest developments in SWIR technology, mobile defense and security systems and its capabilities in the production of optical products for the military industry.
Dipl.eng. Boyan Garchev – International Markets Director said:
We are honored to be part of the German stand at the exhibition. All this mean that Opticoelectron’s products are of high quality and highly competitive on international markets.
At the end of August, Opticoelectron completed the production of the first of the Muson 17 mobile systems series, the latest development in the field of surveillance and observation of large border areas or military bases.
Also, the world’s smallest night vision goggles “Nirecon” are manufactured by Opticoelectron and will be specially presented at the show.
About AUSA 2017
The Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting is the largest landpower exposition and professional development forum in North America. Taking place over three days, the Annual Meeting is designed to deliver the Army’s message by highlighting the capabilities of Army organizations and presenting a wide range of industry products and services. AUSA accomplishes this task throughout the entire event by providing informative and relevant presentations on the state of the Army, panel discussions and seminars on pertinent military and national security subjects, and a variety of valuable networking events available to all that attend.
AUSA’s Annual Meeting includes the total Army – Regular Army, guard, reserve, civilians, and family members. It is one of the three key communication platforms employed by the Army to educate and inform government, academic, civic, and veteran advocates and leadership on Army priorities and issues impacting today’s Army.