“The CrayTac is an exciting extension of infrared capability on the battlefield, and it complements our cutting-edge night vision technologies,” Dan Barnes, general manager of Steiner eOptics, said in the Battle Sight release.
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The agreement with Steiner covers sales and distribution to entities outside the United States. Battle Sight itself will continue to handle U.S. sales.
Steiner eOptics produces what it calls one of the most advanced night vision devices, the AN/PVS-21, used by U.S. Special Forces and elite fighting units.