Obzerv Technologies launches its first Passive Intensified Camera Module: the PIC-75Quebec, Canada – February 17th, 2013 – Obzerv Technologies Inc., a designer and manufacturer of active range-gated night vision cameras has launched at IDEX its latest passive intensified night vision camera module, the PIC-75.
Obzerv is selected as one of the Fast 50 and Fast 500 Technology companies for a second consecutive yearQuebec, Canada – January 31, 2013 –, Obzerv Technologies Inc., a leader in active range-gated technology, is proud to announce its selection by Deloitte's 2012 Technology Fast 50™ Canada and Technology Fast 500™ North America for a second consecutive year. Technology Fast 50™ Canada recognizes the 50 fastest growing Canadian technology companies with the highest percentage of revenue growth over five years. This year, Obzerv was ranked 27th 10 positions higher then last year. This positive movement in the Technology Fast 50™ ranking was fueled by a 336 percent increase in revenues. In addition to this award, Technology Fast 500™ recognizes the 500 fastest growing technology companies in North America, where Obzerv ranked at the 239th position.
Obzerv Technologies Inc. receives a Contract from Bharat Electronics Ltd. for 46 Range-Gated CamerasQuebec, Canada – January 17, 2012 – Obzerv Technologies Inc. has received a contract from Bharat Electronics Ltd. to supply 46 ARGC-2400 cameras. Obzerv's electro-optic cameras will be integrated by Bangalore-based defense Public Sector Company Bharat Electronics Ltd. (BEL) in a multi sensors Coastal Surveillance System. Each system to be supplied to Indian Coastguard will include: the ARGC-2400, a thermal imager, a radar station and meteorological sensors, all of which will be mounted on lighthouses and towers. While the radars and thermal imagers will be dedicated to the detection and location of intrusions from the sea, the ARGC-2400 cameras will be used to classify and identify those targets to provide situational awareness and the ability to counter a threat.
Obzerv Technologies Inc. selected as the Emerging Visionary Company of the yearQuebec, Canada – December 7, 2011 – Obzerv Technologies Inc. is pleased to report that it has won the “2011 Trophées Vision” Award for the Emerging Visionary Company of the year. This prominent award highlights Obzerv's impressive growth over the last 3 years and a promising future. It is sponsored by “Investissement Québec”, and awarded by the Quebec Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Chartered Accountants of Quebec.
Obzerv selected as one of the 50 fastest growing Canadian Technology CompaniesQuebec, Canada – October 19, 2011 – Obzerv Technologies Inc. is among a fine number of select companies composing the 2011 Technology Fast 50™ program from Deloitte. A colossal increase in revenues of 437% from 2006 to 2010 has enabled Obzerv to rank 37th among this exclusive group. Technology Fast 50™recognizes the 50 fastest growing Canadian technology companies with the highest percentage revenue growth over five years. This most prestigious technology award in Canada recognizes technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth. The four criteria considered by the jury were the competitive advantage; the size, growth and market attractiveness; the management effectiveness and organization and the financial performance.
News reprint from Times of India, Rajat Pandit, September 12th 2011New Dehli - September 12, 2011 - A decade after it was first mooted and three years after the 26/11 terror strikes in Mumbai, the government is now finally scrambling to kick-start the static coastal radar chain and the national AIS (automatic identification system) network to dynamically detect and track suspicious vessels entering Indian waters.
News reprint from DECCAN HERALD Kalyan Ray, New Delhi, August 10th 2011New Dehli - August 10th 2011 - After a gap of more than 10 years, the Centre is now set to establish 46 coastal radar stations from September with a promise of putting the entire network in place within a year, a step that will plug loopholes in coastal security.
OBZERV Commercially Releases a Modular Active Range-Gated Camera for Airborne Multi-Spectral Imaging TurretsQuebec, Canada – June 14, 2010 – Obzerv Technologies Inc. today announces the commercial availability of a Modular Active Range-Gated Camera. Airborne Multi- Spectral Imaging Turrets manufacturers around the world are constantly increasing the number of sensors available as well as their performances. The commercial availability of Obzerv Modular Range-Gated Camera, will fast track the deployment of Active Range-Gated Imaging capability in existing Multi-Spectral Imaging Turrets.
Quebec City company lands Japanese airport contractTHE GAZETTE
MARCH 23, 2010