FusionSight® digital Night Vision Device awarded at the Milipol Innovation Awards 2017

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Launched by Bertin Technologies in 2016, FusionSight® has been designated as the winner of the first edition of the Milipol Innovation Awards in the category: “Individual Equipment / first responder protection”.

FusionSight® digital Night Vision Device awarded at the Milipol Innovation Award

Bertin Technologies, a CNIM Group company, awarded at Milipol Paris 2017 for its equipment FusionSight®. Developed in partnership with Photonis, FusionSight® is the world- first compact monocular that combines a colour low light sensor with a thermal image sensor.

FusionSight®: night & day field vision enhancer

To win in close combat missions under increasing global terrorist threats, the ability to use the night as your ally has become a priority. Launched by Bertin Technologies at Eurosatory 2016, the FusionSight® is the industry’s first hand held device that combines colour low light and thermal image sensors, thereby drastically enhancing the detection, recognition and identification capability. The embedded real-time image processor automatically selects key information from each sensor, increasing the efficiency in the field during night operations, when facing hidden or camouflaged enemies. Even under limited visibility and low light conditions, the FusionSight® provides substantial visual support. The combined view of thermal and colour imaging is especially critical in urban environments or structures that provide little ambient light and have multiple barriers behind which a potential threat can conceal themselves. Project partner PHOTONIS provided their Kameleon Colour Image Sensor for the FusionSight®.

FusionSight® digital Night Vision Device awarded at the Milipol Innovation Award

Milipol Innovation Awards 2017

For its 20th session, Milipol Paris 2017 organized for the first time the MILIPOL INNOVATION AWARDS. This competition rewards the most innovative products, materials, services, solutions or business models related to the homeland security industry.

Awards were granted to the following categories:

  • Cybersecurity (fight against cyberthreats and cybercriminality solutions)
  • Safe and smart cities (Transportations & connected car security & safety, smart lightening, video surveillance, monitoring...)
  • Individual Equipment / first responder protection (materials, textiles, fabrics & accessories) Drone & anti-drone systems, robotics
  • Crisis Management (emergency population warning systems, crisis management, command & control)

The jury responsible for selecting the winning companies, is composed of recognized experts in each of these categories.

 

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