Senop Oy has signed a framework agreement with the Finnish Defence Forces Logistics Command for the implementation of Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) of Senop LISA target acquisition systems. The framework agreement covers years 2023–2025. The framework agreement includes updates for laser rangefinders, thermal camera modules and software.
Senop LISA is a versatile target acquisition and observation device for day- and night-time use. The device features a direct-view channel for daytime use, an uncooled thermal imager, a laser rangefinder, a digital magnetic compass, a CCD camera, and GPS. Senop LISA has been in operational use with the Finnish Defence Forces since 2015.
– We design and develop our devices as modular as possible. Modularity enables us to support our customers by updating new efficient components, sub systems and software during the whole life cycle of the device. That is a cost-effective way to increase the performance and operational life cycle of the system, says Aki Korhonen, Managing Director of Senop.
– This framework agreement shows our ability to maintain the performance of our devices in accordance with the operating environment and guarantee the long life cycles of our systems, Korhonen emphasizes.
Aki Korhonen, Managing Director, Senop Oy
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Senop is a trusted Finnish provider of high-performance night vision devices and demanding system integration services as well as critical communications solutions for the defence and security sector. Senop’s mission is to enable reliable situational awareness as well as increased firepower and mobility even in the most extreme conditions for their customers.
Senop provides high-performance night vision devices designed for harsh operation environments, intelligent sensor technology-based solutions and demanding turn-key system integration services, as well as secure communications solutions and services for customers in the defence, security and critical infrastructure industries. Senop employs nearly 70 professionals in four locations around Finland. Senop belongs to Millog Group and Millog is owned by Patria and Insta.