General Dynamics Creates Imaging Technology Division

The company is building on its portfolio of electro-optical infrared cameras, precision optical components, motion control products and high-definition gimbals
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General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (GDAIS) has created a new organization, General Dynamics Global Imaging Technologies that is to deliver high-performance imaging solutions to defense, homeland security and law enforcement.

Building on its portfolio of electro-optical infrared (EO/IR) cameras, precision optical components, motion control products and high-definition gimbals, GDAIS is now able to offer integrated solutions for long-range infrared and high-definition imaging systems.

In addition, the solutions offered by General Dynamics Global Imaging Technologies are found in applications that demand the finest optical surfaces, highest accuracy image stabilization and tightest motion control tolerances, such as remotely operated weapons systems, long-range surveillance cameras and highly precise imaging telescopes. Customers include U.S. military, homeland security and law enforcement agencies, international customers requiring aerial and perimeter surveillance applications, systems integrators and broadcast and film production companies.

“As we continue to expand on General Dynamics Global Imaging Technologies’ programs, products and solutions, customers will benefit from our more fully integrated portfolio of end-to-end imagery offerings,” said Lou Von Thaer, GDAIS’ president.

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