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Laser channels currently offered are NVG-compatible laser pointers and eyesafe laser rangefinders.
Controp of Israel developed the Speed-A, a purpose-made stabilised pay-load for aerostats that includes thermal imaging with continuous zoom, a colour daylight TV camera, an eyesafe laser rangefinder and a laser pointer.
Sensors that have target location errors larger than 10 meters are the ground-vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD), first generation FLIR Bradley eyesafe laser rangefinder (BELRF) and lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR).
The Integrated Sights modular design combines direct view observation, TV channels, eyesafe laser rangefinders and a wide variety of night vision technologies with LOS stabilization and hunter-killer solutions.
A second generation forward looking infrared device using Standard Advanced Dewar Assembly technology, eyesafe laser rangefinder, and gunner aided target tracker, increases recognition range performance by a factor of two and probability of hit over the existing TOW, which is one of the world's most widely used anti-armor missile.
Also designed for high-altitude ops is the Sonoma 494 which includes an eyesafe laser rangefinder and a 279-mm telescope.
Kuchera's technologies include electronic assemblies for laser-guided munitions, the eyesafe laser rangefinder, and dependable radar components for airborne surveillance and reconnaissance systems.
Hughes is also producing an eyesafe laser rangefinder for the current Bradley fire control sight, and this laser will be incorporated into the new IBAS.