Optronics - Bertin Technologies


Bertin Technologies provides optronic observation and surveillance solutions (visible and infrared) for strategic, civilian and military applications, requiring optimal optical performance and enhanced day and night vision.

Bertin Technologies is one of France’s leading innovation companies. The Group designs and manufactures in France optical and optronic systems and components for industrial players, such as vehicle and ship manufacturers, UAV and UGV providers, surveillance system suppliers,… as well as major institutions such as the French Defense Procurement Agency, the Armed Forces and civil security organizations.

Adapted to demanding operational scenarios, these cutting-edge technologies offer enhanced day and night vision, improved detection and reconnaissance capabilities, and excellent tactical situational awareness.
The Group provides infrared surveillance solutions for dismounted soldiers or for integration into complex optronic systems such as UAVs, UGVs, USVs, as well as ships, light and armored vehicles.

Its main objective is to provide reliable and robust optronic devices capable of improving observation and surveillance capabilities, and thus the protection of personnel, for all type of missions, day or night.
With a strong commitment to research and development, Bertin Technologies also designs customized protection systems for the most demanding customers, for both civil and military surveillance applications.

  • FusionSight, a military day and night vision enhancer that provides thermal or Color Low Light Level images, either seperately or fused. This day and night vision device offers intelligent fusion capability for threat and target detection.
  • CamSight, a family of thermal camera modules that can be integrated into all types of observation and surveillance systems for enhanced day and night vision.

Aimed at integrators and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), these infrared surveillance cameras offer improved day and night vision capabilities for many applications: solutions for dismounted soldiers, light and armored vehicles, surface ships, autonomous sensors, tethered aerostats, UAVs, UGVs, USVs, critical infrastructure surveillance systems,… Lightweight, compact and low SWaP, these thermal camera modules deliver high quality thermal imagery that significantly improves day and night vision and situational awareness in the field.

  • PeriSight, a scalable optronic solution for military vehicles that consists in a set of thermal camera modules distributed throughout the vehicle, covering two main applications: day and night vision enhancement and local situational awareness during operations. This perimeter surveillance equipment can be adapted to any type of platform, from armored to reconnaissance vehicles, depending on the users’ requirements. Whatever its configuration, this high performance optronic solution enhances crew safety and resilience, giving them the confidence they need to continue their mission. Its great flexibility also allows it to be integrated into the protection and surveillance systems of critical sites, for both civilian and military applications.

Thanks to Bertin Technologies’ optronic solutions, users are able to analyze the battlefield and take advantage of the situation, at any time of the day or night, even under constrained operational conditions.

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