CILAS at IDEF 2013: DHY 307 Laser Target Designator mastering surgical strikes 0705132

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IDEF 2013
International Defence Industry Fair Exhibition
7 - 10 May 2013
Istanbul, Turkey

 
CILAS DHY 307 Laser Designator at IDEF 2013
 
 
Tuesday, May 7, 2013, 11:39 PM
 
CILAS at IDEF 2013: DHY 307 Laser Target Designator mastering surgical strikes
At IDEF-2013 defense exhibition held in Istanbul from May 7-10, CILAS (booth 1208 B in hall 12) is showing its ground laser target designator: the DHY 307. Laser target designation is one of CILAS’ specialties. Its laser target designator has been successfully proven for guiding any type of laser-guided weapons such as bombs, missiles and artillery shells (NATO, Russian & Chinese ones).

In order to operate “surgical strikes”, these systems “illuminate” the target with a laser beam and guide weapons with final laser guidance (accuracy: less than 1m).
     
At IDEF-2013 defense exhibition held in Istanbul from May 7-10, CILAS (booth 1208 B in hall 12) is showing its ground laser target designator: the DHY 307. Laser target designation is one of CILAS’ specialties. Its laser target designator has been successfully proven for guiding any type of laser-guided weapons such as bombs, missiles and artillery shells (NATO, Russian & Chinese ones).
CILAS DHY 307 Laser Target Designator on display at IDEF 2013
     

Through a simple interface, the DHY 307 is compatible with thermal infrared camera, see spot camera and laser pointer. The DHY 307 is combat proven and equips several Armed Forces. Today, over 200 DHY 307 are in service.

The technical knowledge of CILAS is in constant evolution to provide the best equipment for critical applications.

     
At IDEF-2013 defense exhibition held in Istanbul from May 7-10, CILAS (booth 1208 B in hall 12) is showing its ground laser target designator: the DHY 307. Laser target designation is one of CILAS’ specialties. Its laser target designator has been successfully proven for guiding any type of laser-guided weapons such as bombs, missiles and artillery shells (NATO, Russian & Chinese ones).
CILAS Stand at IDEF 2013
 

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