Multi-mission capabilities for the age of collaborative combat
SOPHIE Optima and SOPHIE Ultima enable platoon leaders and special forces units operating in daylight and at night to safely take up a position on any type of mission, detect and reconnoitre threats, identify and geolocate targets, request fire support, control mortar fire and assess the effects of an engagement at long range.
The next-generation products in the SOPHIE family use the same intuitive user interface to optimise training requirements, and were designed from the outset for maximum maintainability. Cybersecured by design, they are equipped with standard communication interfaces and share information automatically with other units and the command chain, only transmitting relevant data that is strictly needed to make critical decisions and engage targets.
Superiority on the front line
For today's fighting forces, informational superiority is crucial to mission success. Modern warfighters need the capacity to detect, identify and engage adversaries in daylight and at night, and to share information in real time with the command structure and other units in the theatre.
With their common user interface and mechanical design, the products in the SOPHIE family deliver the best performance on the market while optimising through-life costs. As the age of collaborative combat dawns, SOPHIE augments soldiers' perception of the tactical situation and shares high-resolution EO/IR imagery and location data automatically and securely to raise the tempo of operations and guarantee informational and tactical superiority in any situation.
Infantry units need to be prepared for every eventuality, including the rigours of large-scale high-intensity conflict. The hand-held thermal imagers and target locators in the Sophie family replace four separate devices with a single, lightweight product, maximising usability, maintainability and performance while reducing the physical and cognitive burden on the soldier.