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MIL SISTEMIKA Personal Eye System (PES)

MIL SISTEMIKA is a relatively new and small Slovenian company that makes great battle-space management and situational awareness software.

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I had an opportunity a while back to play around with the Personal Eye System from MIL SISTEMIKA, but I didn’t get a chance to evaluate it extensively or put it through its paces.  Fortunately, the guys at the FOG HORN blog did.  Here’s what they had to say…

The Science Behind the Soldier: ‘Grunt’ by Mary Roach

Hot on the heels of our last article about Natick Labs came this online article from ‘The National Geographic’ about a new book by renowned author Mary Roach:

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Mary Roach, a self-confessed “goober with a flashlight,” has created a niche for books with one-word titles—Gulp (on the digestive system); Bonk (on the science of sex)—that take a funny, and informed, look at the scientific secrets of everyday things. In her latest book, Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War, she goes behind the scenes of modern warfare to celebrate the unsung heroes of military science, who do everything from design high-tech clothing for the battlefield to perform penis transplants—all in the name of keeping soldiers “alive and comfortable.”

Read the full interview here: nationalgeographic.com

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Mil Sistemika ‘Sniper Kit’ at IWA

IWA is only a couple of days away now and our friends at Mil Sistemika have prepared something special!

If you are interested in tactical navigation, fire control software or Sniper ballistic calculators make sure to check out their new “Sniper Calculator Kit“.

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The MIL Sniper Calculator kit, contains an IP67 protected, large screen, Android PDA; a Kestrel 4500 BT weather station; and a connection cable for popular Laser Range Finders, such as NewCon Optik, Fotona Metrix etc. – all neatly packaged together in a ‘Rite in The Rain’ field binder.

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If you are visiting IWA in Nuremberg between 6- 9 March and would like to know more about the Sniper Kit, or any of their other products, please contact Mil Sistemika to arrange a meeting:  [email protected]

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Happy New Year from MIL Sistemika

MIL Sistemika has added Laser Range Finder support to their PES and Sniper Calculator. Both Apps now support full line of Newcon Optik hand-held range finders.

With a proper OTG cable and a USB adapter users can connect an LRF to their Android device and lase targets. Targets are shown on the map, or range to target  and slope is entered into Sniper Calculator. Very neat!  (See picture below)
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Best of all, they decided to release this feature for free, as a New Year’s present to all their friends and customers.
New versions are available for download in the MIL Sistemika Google Play Store.
If you are a fan of MIL Sistemika Personal Eye System (PES) or Sniper Calculator, make sure you visit Newcon-Optik stand at the SHOT Show. They will be showing new versions of their gear, integrated with MIL Sistemika software. Check out new cool features of the software, put targets (by pressing 1 button on LRF) directly on PES map, or get your shooting parameters (range, heading, slope) easily into Sniper calculator.

Has Netherlands Fractal Pattern (NFP) camouflage been officially adopted?

According to the latest intel from our friends in The Netherlands, it appears that at last there has been an official announcement that NFP (Netherlands Fractal Pattern) will officially be the new national pattern for the Dutch Armed Forces – well, at least the Army anyways…

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The so-called “Netherlands Fractal Pattern” (NFP) has been developed in both ‘woodland’ and ‘arid’ terrain versions, and the fabric of the new combat uniform featuring the patterns will incorporate inherent near-Infra-Red-reflectance (nIR), flame-retardant (FR) and insect repellant characteristics.

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