Canadian electro-optics manufacturer Newcon Optik introduces new products at DSA 2016 51804164

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DSA 2016 - Newcon Optik
Canadian electro-optics manufacturer Newcon Optik introduces new products at DSA 2016
Newcon Optik has introduced the SEEKER a compact, MIL-SPEC laser rangefinder module capable of being boresighted to practically any optical system. In addition to use on crew served, sniper and assault weapons the unit can be integrated into more complex fire control systems to acquire accurate distance, azimuth and inclination target data out to several kilometers.
Canadian electro optics manufacturer Newcon Optik introduces new products at DSA 2016 640 002Newcon Optik showcases its range of of products at DSA 2016 (Photo : ArmyRecognition)
"Modularity and ease of integration were two critical elements in the design of the SEEKER," said Aaron Buckstein, Vice President of Sales & Business Development at Newcon Optik. "We set out to enable our customers to get rapid, accurate target data and seamlessly process, analyze and use that information in their own systems. We are excited about how easy we were able to make it for designers to integrate our communication protocols into their devices."

The SEEKER builds on Newcon Optik's 23 years in the electro-optical industry, producing advanced military grade laser rangefinders. The SEEKER can be used in conjunction with the company's own Android™ battle space management application, or with other Android™ based systems or proprietary fire control or mapping software suites to visualize and act on the geospatial target data it acquires.

Also new this year is Newcon Optik's SPOTTER LRF, the company's first device combining the trusted, high quality optics of its long range spotting scopes with an eye-safe three kilometer laser rangefinder.

"This is truly an example of customer-focused product development," said Alex Rudiy, Executive Vice President & COO. "Customers using our spotting scopes in the field began asking for this combined capability in recent years, and our response was to go out and design it".



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