IdentifieR 100 - thermal imaging sniper weapon sight
IdentifieR 50 & 100 - thermal imaging weapon sights
NVA-75 - night vision sniper attachment for day optical sight
TERMA 06 - mobile border control and surveillance system
Diana M - multy-application night vision monocular
Diana TT - twin tube night vision goggles (with mounted a-focal magnifiers)
Lenses - part of Optix Co's optical manufacturing production
Thermal Imaging Cameras - part of Optix Co's integrated surveillance systems
PGO-7VU - universal day optical sight for grenade launchers
Diana A - aviator's night vision goggles
For the past a bit over 10 years OPTIX Co. has established its name among the leading companies in the development and manufacturing of night vision and thermal-imaging assemblies, equipment and systems. A contemporary enterprise with a completely closed production cycle, founded in Panagyurishte, Bulgaria in 1998, OPTIX Co. is a 100 per cent private company that quickly built up a justified reputation for designing, manufacturing and testing of cutting edge quality optical components and assemblies, opto-mechanical and optoelectronic systems and devices for civil and defense application.
As a natural result thereof the company took the bold step of developing sophisticated night vision solutions. Soon after, the company was offering a complete product line of high quality and high durability tactical optical equipment for the modern soldier and law enforcement officer. The portfolio includes:
OPTIX Co. is one of the first companies in Europe to have acquired a completely Integrated Quality Management System which includes the following standards: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001, OHSAS 18001, and AQAP 2110 NATO Standard.In three consecutive years - 2005, 2006 and 2007 OPTIX Co. has been awarded the prize "Innovative Enterprise of the Year". In 2006 the company also won "Investor of the Year" competition held by the "Invest Bulgaria Agency" in the category "Investor in the area of innovative high technologies".
Last update by Tzanko Tzankov, Tue 1 Sep 2009