Netherlands Armed Forces to be Equipped with XACT nv32 Micro Night Vision Monocular Systems

Compact and light weight with a flip-up head/helmet adapter, the XACT nv32 from Elbeit Systems provides high resolution images under adverse conditions, while minimizing Line-Of-Sight deviation for soldiers By / 14 Jan 2021

Elbit Systems Ltd. have been awarded an initial contract worth approximately $15 million from the Dutch Ministry of Defense, to supply XACT nv32 micro night vision monocular systems for the Armed Forces of the Netherlands. The initial contract will be performed over a period of two-years, with the potential for additional follow-on orders over a period of seven-years.

This contract award joins previous contracts in the Netherlands in the fields of digital soldier systems and network-combat warfare systems, most notably for the VOSS program.

Compact and light weight, with a flip-up head/helmet adapter, XACT nv32 provides high resolution images under adverse conditions while minimizing Line-Of-Sight deviation and is suitable for mounted and dismounted soldiers, Special Forces and law-enforcement teams.

Elbit Systems’ XACT product family is already operational with a number of NATO countries, including Germany, as well as with the Israeli and the Australian Armed Forces.

Elad Aharonson, General Manager of Elbit Systems ISTAR, commented: “This contract award follows a number of important contracts awarded to Elbit Systems in recent years in the Netherlands. We see the Netherlands as a key market for Elbit Systems, and we intend to continue strengthening our local industrial cooperation and investments in the Netherlands in the years to come”.

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