PRLog - July 5, 2011 - The global threats and increasing instabilities in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia in the last year have not taken a break or reduced in ferocity. They have further intensified, and the need for greater mission capability in the area of Night Vision technologies and products remains a constant.
IDGA Editor Chris Archer recently spoke with Dr. Joseph Estrera, Senior VP & Chief Technology Officer, L-3 Electro-Optical Systems about the current state of the Night Vision market, technology advancement, and the need for ultimate SWaP.
This is your link to the article: ‘The Fiery Crucible of Night Vision Systems’ - http://www.nightvisionevent.com/
“The Night Vision industry has responded to the Warfighter needs of the world, but these needs continue to change and adapt. So beyond the operational need for SWaP improvements in Night Vision, the demands for greater system level performance remain a present and future priority. We cannot let down our guard…” says Dr Estrera in the article.
Dr Estrera will chair the 6th Annual Night Vision Systems in Washington, commencing on July 25-27.
“You will deeply explore, you will be challenged, and most importantly I fully expect from this conference that you will definitely learn from the top experts, companies, and government agencies about the ever growing and always exciting Night Vision field.” he said.
For more information, we have a limited number of media passes and interview opportunities available. Contact chris.archer[
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