Reshet Graf Presents a Family of Realistic Thermal Targets for Training Soldiers in the Use of Thermal Vision Devices


ThermaReal realistically simulates objects such as people, tanks, and UAVs – improving target shooting accuracy in the dark on the battlefield

reshet graf_logoReshet Graf – a leader in the development and manufacture of passive combat ID products for night vision devices – presents, for the first time at Eurosatory, its ThermaReal family of realistic thermal targets for training soldiers in the use of thermal devices. These targets simulate objects such as people, tanks, and UAVs, improving shooting accuracy in the dark on the battlefield.

According to Albert Ohayon (CEO), “We developed this family of targets in response to the needs of our customers for targets that closely simulate the battlefield – and enable them to conduct training that is as realistic as possible in order to effectively prepare fighters for battle.”

Reshet Graf - ThermaRealThermaReal targets withstand all weather conditions, have up to ten times higher resistance to shooting than others in the market, can be repaired with stickers, and provide higher contrast when using vision devices. These targets do not require electricity for the heating element since the raw material itself reflects heat and cold, and therefore, the life of the product is extended, delivering a significant savings in costs and resources.

Mr. Ohayon continued, “Our products have already been exported to 20 countries, and have been applauded for their contribution to training and identification for battle. Reshet Graf is among the few companies that operate both in the field of raw materials as well as final product production, which allows flexibility in customization for our clients.”

About Reshet Graf
Reshet Graf develops, manufactures, and supplies a wide range of passive combat ID products for night vision devices including image intensifiers and thermal sights. All production stages are done in-house. Our products are combat-proven and are being used by the Israel Defense Forces, police, and special units throughout Europe.


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