Opticoelectron Will Show its Best Products at Eurosatory in Paris

PARIS (France), June 11, 2018, Author: Boyko Nikolov, Photo: dipl. eng. Tsvetana Donova

Only weeks after the end of the International Defence Equipment Exhibition “HEMUS 2018” in Bulgaria, Opticoelectron Group JSCo goes to Eurosatory in Paris with its best products, which it has designed and produced in the recent months.

These are the smallest night vision goggles Nirecon that weigh just 350 gr, SWIR lenses from the SWIRECON series, as well as the first prototype manufactured years ago.

“It is logical for us to show the best we have made in the recent months. Nirecon and Swirecon are only a small part of our product range. We have new products in the field of thermal vision optics, laser designator, day and night sights. We come to Paris already with several options for mobile systems for surveillance of large areas, and it will be the first time when we will present our ideas for stationary and semi-stationary surveillance posts,” commented Eng. Ivan Garchev, CEO of the Company.

Opticoelectron Group JSCo will exhibit its products at a stand in Hall 6 – C597 from 11th to 15th June.

“Besides continuing to develop and sell our products in the whole world, last year we have also made serious investments in the field of optical production for improving even more the quality of the offered by us optics. Just for reference, during the past 12 months, we have built, equipped and started a completely new infrared optics workshop. Our investments in the sphere of technological production in the past years are equal to millions of euros,” wound up Eng. Garchev.

It shall be reminded that only about two weeks ago the Ministry of Defence of France, the Ministry of Defence of Bulgaria and the president Radev personally were very impressed by the technological capabilities of Opticoelectron at the Hemus Exhibition in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

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