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XACTse Smart Eye

  • XACTse Smart Eye
  • XACTse Smart Eye
  • XACTse Smart Eye
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System overview

XACTse enables the user to view tactical data (including augmented reality) during day and night with superior image
quality and full color display. Night operation is possible with any NVG and in daylight operation the system operates as
a see-though device.
The system comprises an electronic unit (HU – Helmet Unit) and a tactical add-on optic unit (EU – Eyepiece Unit).
The add-on HUD easily attaches to any NVG, no tools required.

Operational capabilities

The XACTse provides self-orientation data and navigation capabilities, using the helmet unit’s (HU) built-in sensors, in
standalone mode. The versatile HUD easily integrates with C2/C4I systems and other external devices such as weapon
sights, vehicle computer, thermal cameras (fusion capability) and more.



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  • Government | Military
  • Night vision | Optics | Optronics




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Please note: SDSC-UK and its trading company 3CDS (Trading) Ltd do not sell or pass on any SDSC-UK contact details to third parties other than those that are expressly authorised to have access to that data for the proper functioning of their roles.

We work with Cyber Quarter, the Midlands Centre for Cyber Security/Univ of Wolverhampton, to ensure that our systems are safe, secure and robust. We are pleased to be rated in the top 10% of organisations for cyber security in the Aerospace and Defence & Security Industry. 

On occasion we are made aware of unscrupulous external actors who claim to hold data from exhibitions such as SDSC-UK. Please be advised that any person offering such data and purporting to be acting on behalf SDSC-UK is fraudulent. Any such perpetrators will be pursued by our sister company, Harrison Clark Rickerbys (hcr), a Top 100 law firm.

Our Security and IT experts advise that it is best not to respond to such emails as by doing so, you may be unwittingly verifying your own email address. If you have any concerns in this regard, please contact Anna Roby-Welford, Director, SDSC-UK