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20 Things You Need to Know About Night Vision

March 14, 2013

Night vision tools are less ubiquitous in law enforcement, but as prices fall, they are becoming more common. Yet many law enforcement officers are still confused about what night vision can and can't do and what they need to know before buying it.

12 Really Cool New Police Products

August 10, 2012

Here's a look at some products that really impressed or intrigued the POLICE staff in the last 12 months or so. Most are new. Some are just new to us.

Night Vision and Thermal Imaging

March 27, 2012

Quite a few procurement officers have absolutely no idea what the folks in the field really need when it comes to night vision. Nor do they understand the different uses of thermal imaging versus light amplification and when they should be deployed.

SHOT Show 2012: Report from the Aisles

February 1, 2012

Despite the industry's attempt to transform shooting sports and self-defense into some kind of video game for the Generation Z folks, there was still plenty of serious hardware for law enforcement at this year's show.

SHOT Show 2012: ITT Exelis Combines Thermal and Night Vision

January 19, 2012
ITT Exelis' high-end dual-sensor monocular fuses night vision and thermal into a single image in the Dual Sensor Night Vision Goggle (DSNVG) introduced this week at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

Seeing in the Dark: Night Vision

March 15, 2011

Night vision gear is still a lot more expensive than a flashlight, even though prices are falling and the gear is more portable and better-performing than ever before.

SHOT Show 2010: ATN Brings Advanced Thermal Imaging System

January 22, 2010
American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN) brought its fusion system to SHOT Show 2010 as a thermal imaging innovation for officers.

Extra Sensory Perception

March 1, 2009

Advances in thermal imaging and night vision equipment are making these great law enforcement tools less expensive and easier to use.

Night Vision and Thermal Imaging

February 26, 2009

There was a time when night vision tools and thermal imaging cameras were so cutting edge and so expensive that only the military and the FBI had access to them. Today, this equipment is playing a greater role in local law enforcement operations. It's less expensive, though still not cheap, and it's much easier to use. Here's a quick look at some of the most innovative products now available in the night vision and thermal imaging market.

3 Men Accused of Illegally Exporting Night Vision Goggles to Vietnam

December 17, 2008
Federal authorities are trying to determine the whereabouts of dozens of state-of-the-art goggles capable of illuminating battlefields at night and potentially undercutting the tactical advantage of U.S. soldiers if they were to fall into the wrong hands.
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