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Victorian defence company seeking distributors

Melbourne-based company Defence Vision is looking to take its defence products global and is looking for distributors to tap into the Middle Eastern market.

The Australian company, which specialises in lightweight gyro-stabilised imaging systems, is hoping to gain a foothold in the UAE and Saudi Arabia for the distribution of their products.

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Defence Vision is looking for companies withtechnical knowledge and expertise, as well as a network of contacts to assist with sales, technical support and integration support for customers in Pakistan, the UAE or Saudi Arabia requiring imaging solutions. 

As a sister company to UAV Vision, Defence Vision focuses exclusively on providing solutions for the military sector. Its technologies are integrated into manned and unmanned aircraft, ground vehicles, static platforms and marine vessels around the world.

Defence Vision launched in March this year, with CEO of UAV Vision Mike Bailey saying the decision to segregate its commercial and military markets was a logical step.

"A commercial and a military mission is very different from one another. Although they may both require a lightweight, high-performance and multi-sensor imaging sensor; they have different end goals," Bailey explained.

"By introducing Defence Vision, we can prioritise the needs of both customers. Defence Vision has taken on-board some of UAV Vision's most experienced talent, whilst introducing industry specialists to the team. This is an exciting time for both companies as we can tailor our products, services and customer journeys to suit the needs of our commercial and military customers."

Defence Vision's products capabilities include multi-sensor; real-time electronic and mechanical stabilisation; 30x continuous daylight and 20x thermal optical zoom; HD; object tracking; geo-location; motion detection; on-board video encoding to MISB and STANAG standards; intuitive control interface; and counter UAS.

Victorian defence company seeking distributors
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