Delivery for German Bundeswehr IdZ-ES

HENSOLDT delivers sixth lot for German Army’s Future Soldier Programme “Infanterist der Zukunft – Erweitertes System"

HENSOLDT’s IRV 600 A1 thermal sight attachment is one element of HENSOLDT’s contribution to the Germany Army’s Future Soldier Programme IdZ-ES. Source: HENSOLDT

Wetzlar, Germany, 30 March 2020 –  The sixth batch of the Bundeswehr order is worth around one million euros. This comprises of more than one hundred IRV 600 A1 thermal sight attachments. The uncooled attachment is noiseless and ready for use after only five seconds.

The IRV 600 A1 was developed especially for long ranges. It is characterised by its simple operating concept and its central control panel. The infrared attachment is equipped with a video connection for an external monitor. Its additional picatinny rail offers space for optional accessories. A battery pack allows the user to easily replace the battery without having to use tools.

In addition to the IRV 600 A1 infrared attachment, HENSOLDT also supplies the NSV 600 night sight attachment, the ZO 4x30 targeting optic, the RSA-S reflex sight, the Spotter 60 spotting scope, the ZF 6-24x72 riflescope and other accessories for the German Army's modernisation program "Infantryman of the Future – Enhanced System" (IdZ-ES).

About HENSOLDT

HENSOLDT is a pioneer of technology and innovation in the field of defence and security electronics. Based in Taufkirchen near Munich, the company is a German Champion with strategic leadership positions in the field of sensor solutions for defence and non-defence applications. HENSOLDT develops new products to combat a wide range of threats based on innovative approaches to data management, robotics and cyber security. With approximately 5,500 employees, HENSOLDT generated revenues of 1.14 billion euros in 2019.

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