JAKARTA, Indonesia, (BulgarianMilitary.com) – In the period from 07-11 November, for another year, the international military Indo Defence 2018 Expo & Forum is held in Jakarta, Indonesia. Approximately 850 international companies in the area of military-defence production and security participate in the current exhibition, among which is the Bulgarian optical manufacturer, Opticoelectron Group JSCo, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
This year, Opticoelectron Group JSCo displays at the exhibition its product ranges in the field of day and night artillery optics, which are the main focus of the company.
At the exhibition, interest provokes the LARTOS high-tech optical coordinate system for identification targets and objects, which also has a secondary function – precisely defining the distance to the target with respect to the LARTOS itself.
“What is interesting about Lartos is its non-volatile database of coordinates of objectives and objects, which means that if the system power is turned off, the system keeps this database so it can’t be lost.” – commented the company’s Business Development Director, Eng. Boyan Garchev. “But besides the artillery optical systems, at Indo Defence we also offer our latest developments in the field of security and safety of large border furrows and oil fields. These are our stationary, semi-stationary and mobile systems for surveillance and observation, under the Muson brand, which is produced and sold by us,” adds Eng. Garchev.
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We recall that this year Opticoelectron managed successfully to develop, produce and sell this type of surveillance systems, with the Bulgarian state becoming a customer in the field of stationary and semi-stationary systems and in the area of the mobile systems – Sweden. BulgarianMilitary.com has learned that at the moment there is a request for the purchase of Opticoelectron’s mobile systems made by an Australian company.
At Indo Defence, the Bulgarian company also exhibits and two of its most popular products in recent years – the short wave infrared series lenses SWIRECON and the world’s smallest night vision goggles Nirecon, weighing only 300gr.
“The year is almost over and we have two more international exhibitions until its end. The planning for 2019 has begun and over the next 12 months we will continue to invest in our production so that to remain competitive in the international markets and preserve the high quality of the optical production,” concludes Eng. Garchev.
About Opticoelectron Group JSC
Opticoelectron Group JSCo. is situated in Panagyurishte, Bulgaria. The company specializes in design, development, engineering and trade of optical, optomechanical, optoelectronic, laser and thermal vision devices and systems for defense and security. Their products are divided into the following categories: optical sights for artillery and grenade launchers; observer posts, day sights, collimators and laser target designators; night vision, thermal, SWIR; surveillance and armored vehicles.
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