L3Harris Technologies has shipped the 3000th unit of a technology designed to help the U.S. Army detect and address targets.
The company said Monday it has delivered 3K STORM-SLX precision rangefinders to the service branch as of early 2020. The weapon-mounted technology is the smallest of Army-approved laser rangefinders.
Lynn Bollengier, president of integrated vision solutions at L3Harris, said the company’s STORM product portfolio has been providing soldiers with boosted targeting accuracy for over 15 years.
The company is also working to develop the new STORM 2 rangefinder under a $215M contract awarded by the Army in 2019.