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Navy picks Creative Microsystems to design next-generation night-vision technology

Erickson is currently assigned to Joint Base Lewis-McChord. A warrant filed in Federal Court in Tacoma this week alleges Erickson had an account on gunbroker.com and attempted to sell a laser night-vision gun sight online; military gear that is illegal for civilians to purchase. According to documents filed by ACID, the high-tech gun sight known as Skeetir was listed online for $13,000, some $3,000 more than the Army pays for this piece of equipment. It was unclear if the Army suspects Erickson of selling used equipment or if the night-vision sight was new and illegally procured.
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FLIR’s Free Webinar To Separate Fact From Fiction About Thermal Night Vision

We also offer the FLIR Pathfinder cameras and an upgraded controller that allows the image to display in color and has a 2X digital zoom. We do not offer any retrofit kits that will allow an OEM BMW FLIR camera to be moved into another vehicle. htp If got one set of OEM BMW flir camera and controller from E60, is it possible to install them on another E60 or even to E39 and they workable? Of course, if work on E39, some function on E60 may cant work on E39, but basic night vision work, is it possible?
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How to retrofit a Night Vision System in your BMW

How to retrofit a Night Vision System in your BMW

(CMC) in Waitsfield, Vt., for the Micro Optic Low Light Imager (MOLLI) project to design next-generation lightweight high-performance military night-vision goggles. CMC electro-optics experts will measure the size and performance of their new night-vision goggles design against the current-generation AN/PVS-31 night-vision binocular. The new design at first should weigh no more than 17.65 ounces, and ultimately should weigh no more than seven ounces and as little as 3.5 ounces, Navy researchers say.
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