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Teledyne FLIR Contract From NATO Partner

ThermoSight HISS-XLR delivers crisp daytime / thermal imagery for snipers [© Teledyne FLIR ]

Teledyne FLIR Defense has received a $15 million contract to deliver more than 150 of its ThermoSight HISS-XLR to a NATO partner country.

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Press Release, Boston MA, 10 July 2024: Teledyne FLIR Defense, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, has received a $15 million contract through the US Army Contracting Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) to deliver more than 150 of its ThermoSight HISS-XLR weapon sights to a NATO partner country. The contract also includes parts, training, and other in-country support.

The ThermoSight HISS-XLR clip-on thermal weapon sight enables snipers and precision shooters to detect and recognise man-size targets at more than 2,000 metres. Designed to mount on any MILSTD-1913 rail interface in front of an existing scope, the highly portable HISS-XLR can interface with a wide range of day scopes and weapon platforms. Long-range optics coupled with an HD display provide crisp imagery, while portrait orientation compensates for bullet drop at extreme ranges.

“Teledyne FLIR is honoured to receive this contract through the ACC-APG to provide tactical imagery solutions to one of our NATO allies,” said Dr. JihFen Lei, executive vice president and general manager of Teledyne FLIR Defense. “The HISS-XLR is a highly capable weapon sight that helps enhance mission success for snipers and other long-range shooter needs. We recognise its importance to militaries around the globe, now more than ever, and we continue to invest in our ThermoSight line of combat-proven technology solutions.”

Work will be performed at FLIR Defense’s manufacturing and service facility in Billerica, Mass. Deliveries began this spring and will continue through 2024.

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