Campaign experience has shown that identifying a target in low-light and no-light environments, rather than simply acquiring it, is a paramount requirement for N.V. applications. The challenge is to strike a balance between acquiring and identifying the target and the subsequent fusion of I2 and IR technology, but how can this be achieved?
Defence IQ is delighted to announce Night Vision and Thermal Optics 2014 - taking place on the 15th-17th September 2014 in London.
Building on from the success of our Dismounted Night Vision Nordic Conference, and taking on board your feedback, Night Vision and Thermal Optics 2014 will focus upon handheld capabilities, providing analysis of the latest developments in night vision, thermal imaging and infrared technology.
Providing expert insight from militaries across the world, Night Vision and Thermal Optics 2014 will allow you to:
- Debate whether fusion technology is a viable solution in the battle to reduce the SWaP demands of current night vision systems
- Explore the latest sensors and accessories that facilitate target acquisition and how these solutions are influencing the future capability plans of handheld N.V applications
- Discover how nations are improving target identification by replacing current systems or integrating additional solutions
- Debate the future of night vision capabilities; should sensors do more to help facilitate target acquisition? Is integration to a digital battle space the way forward in improving situational awareness, or does the added weight and technical demands negate the benefits it brings?
From: September 15, 2014 08:00
To: September 17, 2014 17:00
Defence IQ, 129 Wilton Rd, SW1V 1JZ, United Kingdom