Sagem will showcase optronics and navigation systems for naval forces, the company said in a statement Friday.
The products on display cover the full range of maritime requirements, including merchant marine security, and are organized in four main areas: observation & engagement, navigation, airborne surveillance and self-defense.
Safran is showcasing a mast for attack submarines, this optronic unit features multiple sensors in a small package. It incorporates four high-resolution cameras, panoramic surveillance and antennas for electronic warfare, communications and GPS. Its modular design makes it adaptable to both new ships and the modernization of units already in service.
And Vigy Engage includes a gyrostabilized optronic turret and a fire control function. The surveillance version of the Vigy Observer is offered as an early warning and identification system for systems used on merchant vessels to protect them from pirates.
The company will also showcase a multi-mission optronic system, Paseo Marine provides both panoramic surveillance and fire control. It's a very compact system, including a ballistic computer, laser rangefinder and high-resolution cameras, integrated in a gyrostabilized turret.
And the new-generation Electro Optical Multifunction System will also be presented. The EOMS NG provides infrared panoramic tracking and shipborne artillery fire control from a multifunction console in the operations center. Designed for large warships, it offers very high performance. The new version of the EOMS NG now features an autonomous self-defense function for medium-tonnage ships, using a dedicated console.