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Surveillance technologies have been advancing in leaps and bounds, finding applications in everything from search and rescue operations to surveillance missions and providing invaluable service both here and abroad. Military groups, coastguard services, police forces and antiterrorism groups, be they Japanese, Spanish or American, all need to be able to rely on rugged, high-performance, dependable devices in carrying out their operations.

Beyond all obstacles

Technologies Obzerv inc.'s « technology is the only one with these kind of capabilities; thus becoming of great utility for the rapid identification of a target. »

Incubated by the Quebec National Optics Institute, Technologies Obzerv Inc. was founded in 2002 by Deni Bonnier and Louis Demers, a pair with the flair for marketing breakthrough active imaging technology arising from R&D started in the 1990s at Defence Research and Development Canada (RDDC) in Valcartier. Using this technology, they have been able to design and manufacture an innovative surveillance system that nothing can hinder—neither darkness, rain nor snow.

The ARGC-2400: a breakthrough technologyThe world’s leading manufacturer of far-range night vision laser surveillance cameras, Obzerv today is basking in success. “ We offer a niche product. Our clients all work in security, a ‘top secret’ world with its own set of rules, codes and language,” explained Deni Bonnier, taking great pride in the fact that his company’s technology “is the only one with these kind of capabilities”. Thanks to its unparalleled magnification process, the equipment designed a