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Opticoelectron produced the new Muson 17

Opticoelectron produced the new Muson 17

The first of the new Musson 17 mobile systems for surveillance and observation developed in Opticoelectron’s garages was manufactured in mid-August and delivered to the customer.

This is a finished product, but we call it a demonstration product, because in the coming months we will have to train large staff abroad to work with it. Thus, when delivering the next systems to the customer, they will have human resources to get started immediately

said Opticoelectron

It all started in 2012 when we had to develop a similar system for the protection of the Bulgarian Green Border. Today’s Muson 17 is fundamentally different from its original source, as we had to comply with customer requirements. The number of mobile systems we will produce for this customer in the coming years is not important. It is important that our efforts in building a strong and high-quality team to lead daily improvement in the development of new technologies on the territory of the Opticoelectron Industrial Park

says dipl.eng. Boyan Garchev, Director of International Markets in the company.

Muson 17 is a mobile surveillance system for large areas such as: border furrows and border areas, oil fields, massive agricultural production. Everything that is over 20+ km. is within the reach of the system.

The system is built on a Nissan SUV and incorporates a multi-sensor system built from a daytime, night vision and thermal imaging cameras, telescopic mast, mobile control, mobile dock, console, power system, hidden cameras and more.

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The Tradition Opticoelectron to Participate at Optatec Germany is Kept This Year Again

The Tradition Opticoelectron to Participate at Optatec Germany is Kept This Year Again.

PANAGYURISHTE (Bulgaria), May 14, 2018, Author: Bm team, Photo: Opticoelectron

From 15 to 17 May in Frankfurt it will be held the biggest exhibition for optics in the world – Optatec. Opticoelectron Group JSCo will participate this year again, and you can visit the exhibition stand of the company in Hall 3, stand H25.

We’d like to remind that Opticoelectron is the first Bulgarian optical company that has participated in that exhibition back in the remote 2000. Since then the company is a regular participant with its own vision and own exhibition area.

This year Opticoelectron will present to its partners and customers at the exhibition the newest optomechanical production powers. During the last years, the company has invested significant resources exactly in improvement of its production, through which it has strengthened and improved the quality of its products. In this way, it turned into a desired East European partner known for its optics, optical coatings and assembly.

Not least are the innovative solutions for which Opticoelectron is also well-known. Thus, in 2018, at Optatec, the company will present its developments of high quality in the field of SWIR technology and its range of developed lenses SWIRECON. We’d like to remind that the company is one of the first in the world that have managed to develop a successful prototype of a SWIR lens.

Get acquainted with the capabilities and products of Opticoelectron Group JSCo by visiting their exhibition stand in Hall 3- H25.

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OPTIX Will Deliver Thermal Imaging Binoculars to FRONTEX

OPTIX Will Deliver Thermal Imaging Binoculars to FRONTEX

PANAGYURISHTE (Bulgaria), May 4, 2018, Authors: Optix and Bm, Photo: Optix

The Bulgarian company OPTIX will deliver thermal imaging binoculars BidentifieR within the next four years to the European Border and Coast Guard, Frontex, under a framework contract, announced from OPTIX on 4th April 2018.

OPTIX was awarded the contract in December 2017 after winning in an open tender procedure the competition with some of the most famous manufacturers in the sector.

Frontex will receive the first batch of these high-tech thermal imaging devices in May 2018.

The BidentifieR binoculars will be used by Frontex for guarding all EU external boundaries.

The BidentifieR is a single channel uncooled thermal imaging device. It has been developed specially for military and law enforcement personnel, for long surveillance and reconnaissance. With its help targets may be detected and recognized in completely passive mode on short and mid-range distances.

Superb and detailed image at any time and in all weather conditions is ensured through a sensitive detector and intelligent digital video processing. Image filters and weather type modes also contribute to the optimization of the picture depending on the weather conditions and customer needs.

The BidentifieR may be mounted on tripod for steadiness and has analog video output for remote observation.

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OPTIX Became the Main Sponsor of the Newest Cabinet at the Bulgarian Defence Institute

OPTIX Became the Main Sponsor of the Newest Cabinet at the Bulgarian Defence Institute

PANAGYURISHTE (Bulgaria), April 17, 2018, Author: Galina Zdravkova (Bm), Photo: OPTIX

OPTIX, a Bulgarian developer and manufacturer of a full range of special optical devices and systems for the army and police forces, became the main sponsor of the newest cabinet “Optical Laser Appliances and Methods” at the Bulgarian Defence Institute “Professor Tsvetan Lazarov”, announced the company.

The specialized cabinet was opened on 23rd February as part of the patronal feats of the Institute – the 122nd anniversary of the birth of Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov. The ceremony was attended by the Deputy Minister of Defence Anatoliy Velichkov, the Permanent Undersecretary of Defence Anton Lastardzhiev, representatives of the Directorates of the Ministry of Defence, and Defence Staff and Generals of the Joint Forces Command and the Armed Forces. Eng. Mario Dimitrov, the Strategic Clients Manager of OPTIX, congratulated the attendees.

This is the first cabinet at the Bulgarian Defence Institute, established in cooperation with a Bulgarian defence industry company that also provided samples of various surveillance technologies.

The Defence Institute “Professor Tsvetan Lazarov” is the main scientific-research, testing-design, and expert-technical structure in the Bulgarian Ministry of Defence.

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Opticoelectron Equipped the New Automobiles of the Border Police

Opticoelectron Equipped the New Automobiles of the Border Police

PANAGYURISHTE (Bulgaria), March 28, 2018, Author: Boyko Nikolov (Bm), Photo: Hristo Elkin

In the end of March, sixteen new automobiles Nissan X-Trail of our Border Police left the territory of the industrial park of Opticoelectron. The reason was the completed execution of a joint contract between the official representative of Nissan for Bulgaria and Opticoelectron for providing the automobiles with specialized equipment, needed for the daily security and defence activities at the Bulgarian border.

During the past few months the engineers and experts of the optical company has provided and equipped the off-road vehicles in question with light and sound signalling system, identification signs, signs and emblems, as well as with additional specialized equipment.

Opticoelectron confirmed that the vehicles in question will be allocated along the border of Bulgaria.

In the end of 2017 N Auto Sofia EAD was awarded the public procurement for delivery of off-road vehicles, and in November they selected Opticoelectron for execution of a part of the procurement related to the specialized equipment.

Such procurements are not a precedent for Opticoelectron. We’d like to remind that during the past few years the Company has successfully implemented lots of projects outside Bulgaria connected with manufacturing, assembly and integration of mobile systems for surveillance of borders and big oil fields in Europe and the Middle East.

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