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IAI MINIPOP delivered to Czech Army KBVP vehicle


IAI/Tamam's MiniPOP. An IAI photo

JERUSALEM (BNS): Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has delivered the new MiniPOP lightweight EO/IR sights for Rafael's Samson 30 RCWS (Remote Controlled Weapons Station) in a deal worth several millions of dollars.

The new systems are installed on the GDELS-Steyr KBVP PANDUR 8x8 CZ infantry fighting vehicles, which are currently operated by the Czech Army in Afghanistan.

The MiniPOP features a thermal imager, a CCD camera, a laser rangefinder and a laser pointer. Two MiniPOP systems are installed on each turret- one is used as the commander sight, and the other as the gunner sight.

The MiniPOP is part of IAI/Tamam's ever-expanding POP family of advanced, lightweight, observation and targeting payloads for airborne, land and maritime applications.

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