During the 2006 war, the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah used night vision devices to cause great damage to Israeli soldiers, so they formed Polaris So

During the 2006 war, the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah used night vision devices to cause great damage to Israeli soldiers, so they formed Polaris Solutions to find new camouflage methods to deal with.

Not long ago, the Israeli Ministry of Defense (MoD) and Polaris Solutions announced information about a new generation of combined camouflage panels called Kit 300. Israel Defense Forces (IDF) tested the product. this and officially add it to your shopping plans in the future.

As described by the Defense Research and Development Department (DDR&D) of the Israeli Ministry of Defense, the Kit 300 is a lightweight and compact sheet of material that is "suitable for versatile use on the battlefield and improve operability".

Dr. Gal Harari, head of DDR&D's Detection and Imaging Technology Branch, says that infantry camouflage has received very little investment in recent years, while night vision systems are being used. improve and thrive.

It was the use of night vision devices by the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah during the 2006 war that led to the creation of Polaris Solutions to find countermeasures.

According to Hariri, the Kit 300 is made of a thermal imaging cloaking (TVC) material - a combination of microfibers, metals and polymers to make soldiers more invisible to a wide range of cameras. heat.

This personal camouflage sheet weighs about 350-500 g and can be folded into a small roll. Soldiers can wrap it around themselves as they move, and snap their panels together to form a "barrier" that looks like a rock as they establish a battle position. "If someone looked closely at them from afar with binoculars, they wouldn't see the soldiers," Harari said.

With the help of this fabric, soldiers were able to create a group shelter for an entire unit in the gathering location. It can also help conceal equipment and vehicles, such as Hummer jeeps. Unlike the older camouflage vehicles, which were only suitable for use in ambushes, this new camouflage fabric allows even ground troops to be camouflaged during covert movements.

These camouflage sheets can also be used as ambulance stretchers. This is a much lighter solution than the current one, when a soldier on the team has to carry a specialized stretcher weighing several kilograms.
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