7 May 2009 FELIN: tailored optronics and systems solutions for dismounted combat
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The FELIN French modernization program for dismounted combat provides the Armies with info-centric systems which dramatically enhance the performances of the soldier and the platoon. Sagem now has available a portfolio of various equipments, providing C4I, data and voice digital communication, and enhanced vision for day and night operations, through compact high performance electro-optics. The FELIN system provides the infantryman with a high-tech integrated and modular system which increases significantly their detection, recognition, identification capabilities, their situation awareness and information sharing, and this in any dismounted close combat situation. Among the key technologies used in this system, infrared and intensified vision provide a significant improvement in capability, observation performance and protection of the ground soldiers. This paper presents in detail the developed equipments, with an emphasis on lessons learned from the technical and operational feedback from dismounted close combat field tests.
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A. M. Milcent, A. M. Milcent, } "FELIN: tailored optronics and systems solutions for dismounted combat", Proc. SPIE 7298, Infrared Technology and Applications XXXV, 72981E (7 May 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.818176; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.818176
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