According to the company, as the world continues to face complex defense challenges, Thermal Beacon is committed to providing cutting-edge solutions to meet the needs of military and security organizations. The recent deal is a testament to the effectiveness of its products and their ability to enhance the safety and security of soldiers in the field.
Thermal Beacon’s upgraded some of its systems following the increased use of uncooled (Bolometric sensors) thermal systems according to the lessons learned from the war in Ukraine, in which enemy forces in a small area cell use the same weapons and armored vehicles. Thermal Beacon’s products provide an answer to exactly this problem and allow multispectral thermal observation systems, weapon sights, drones, and UAV optical sensors (LWIR, MWIR and SWIR) to identify the new thermal beacon on a soldier and on an armored vehicle.
“This new innovation represents a significant step forward in the field of Thermal Beacon’s products line, and demonstrates its commitment to providing highest-quality products and services to meet the evolving needs of its customers. Thermal Beacon will share this development with the world at the IDEX next week in Abu Dhabi,” says Gil Goldberg, Thermal Beacon’s CEO.