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The COMPAGNON program
A new idea approved and adopted by the French Special Forces, for providing waterproof protection for Motorola SRX, Harris PRC152 and Thales ER350 radios.
With its many variations, the COMPAGNON is evolving in three different environments (air, land and sea).
The Safran JIM under water
2 versions :
– For the « Diver » application, down to 20 metres’ depth is a possibility with our YETI 20 design.
– For « Palmers » or in a hostile environment, our ProtecJIM is a must for your mission.
EXTREM’ VISION will exhibit its products in Praha thanks to our czech partner HQH Systems, at LEA-DER, on 15th & 16th May, 2018.
Zdenek, Lucie and their team will present the RAID LIGHTING and RAID VIEW devices of EXTREM’ VISION, as well as for nautical units the ALLIGATOR GPS and the YETI 20 module for JIM LR (SAFRAN E&D).
See you soon / Brzy se uvidíme
After the success of GPEC Frankfurt, always invited by TenCate Advanced Armor we will present our ranges of products RAID LIGHTING and RAID VIEW on the ENFORCE TAC show in Nuremberg.
March 7th and 8th, 2018
Hall: 10.1 – Stand: 531
We thank TenCate Advanced Armor for its invitation on their booth to present the global offer of ballistic shields and optronic accessories.
Following the invitation from the groups Safran E&D and TenCate Advanced Armor, EXTREM’ VISION displayed on each partner’s stands the ranges of products for RAID LIGHTING, RAID VIEW accessory for ballistic shields and its solution for hardening the JIM LR using the ProtecJIM and YETI 20.
EXTREM’ VISION participated in the 15th Defence Enterprise Forum at Plateau de Satory on October 18 and 19, where it was able to present the COMPAGNON programme together with the company STERNE SA.
Our contact Michael (Sales and Marketing Manager Australia) from Safran Electronics & Defence, delighted us with his presentation of the capacities of the JIM Long Range binoculars in a marine environment thanks to our waterproof protective devices YETI 20 and ProtecJIM, at the annual forum of the New Zealand Defence Industry Association on October 10 and 11.
We were present at the DSEI, one of the most important international events in the Defence and Security Sector, held from 12-15 September, at the ExCeL Centre in Royal Victoria Dock, London.