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Sagem's MATIS SP thermal imager chosen for MBDA's SIMBAD RC air defense launchers
 
At Euronaval 2014 exhibition in Paris, Sagem (Safran) announced today have signed a contract with MBDA to supply several dozen Matis SP thermal imagers for Simbad RC (Remote Control) surface-to-air launcher stations to be delivered to an unidentified navy.
At Euronaval 2014 exhibition in Paris, Sagem (Safran) announced today have signed a contract with MBDA to supply several dozen Matis SP thermal imagers for Simbad RC (Remote Control) surface-to-air launcher stations to be delivered to an unidentified navy.
 
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EURONAVAL 2014 Show Daily - SAGEM MATIS SP
 
 
 
Sagem's MATIS SP thermal imager chosen for MBDA's SIMBAD RC air defense launchers
 
At Euronaval 2014 exhibition in Paris, Sagem (Safran) announced today have signed a contract with MBDA to supply several dozen Matis SP thermal imagers for Simbad RC (Remote Control) surface-to-air launcher stations to be delivered to an unidentified navy.
     
Sagem's booth at Euronaval 2014
     
The Simbad RC, equipped with two Mistral infrared-guided surface-to-air missiles, is MBDA's new naval turret for short-range air defense. It is remotely controlled from the ship's operations center.

The Matis SP thermal imagers selected by MBDA will give its new air defense system long-range infrared detection and observation capabilities.

The Matis SP thermal imager is based on a matrix detector operating in the 3-5 µm band, particularly well suited to maritime weather conditions. It features a compact design, latest-generation image processing algorithms and both a narrow and wide field of view. The Matis SM was designed to stand up to the most demanding marine environments with excellent reliability.

Sagem makes this imager in its Poitiers plant in central France. Delivery of Matis SP imagers will start in the first quarter of 2015.
     
At Euronaval 2014 exhibition in Paris, Sagem (Safran) announced today have signed a contract with MBDA to supply several dozen Matis SP thermal imagers for Simbad RC (Remote Control) surface-to-air launcher stations to be delivered to an unidentified navy. MBDA's SIMBAD-RC short-range air defense naval turret
     
This contract falls within the scope of Sagem's long-standing partnership with MBDA on weapon systems. Sagem enhances the value of its partner's products by adding critical technologies in optronics, platform stabilization and high-precision inertial navigation. Sagem also makes the infrared seekers for MBDA's missiles, including the Mica IR, MMP, Mistral and the future Franco-British helicopter-borne antiship missile, FASGW/ANL.

Covering all steps from detector design to integration in combat platforms, Sagem has produced more than 6,000 Matis thermal imagers to date. The optronic systems and equipment designed, developed and produced by Sagem spans all operational requirements, including flight control, sighting, surveillance and reconnaissance.