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Hikvision shows outdoor enthusiasts how to See more – Engage Further at IWA OutdoorClassics exhibition

Hikvision will be present at IWA OutdoorClassics on 6 – 9 March 2020 at the Exhibition Centre in Nuremberg, Germany. The event is Europe’s most important exhibition for hunting, shooting sports, equipment for outdoor activities and for civilian and official security applications.

 

The booth will be a showcase of Hikvision’s thermal technology, displaying its latest handheld Thermal Monocular and Binocular models, which are ideal for spotting animals, even in low visibility scenarios, like night and bad weather conditions. There will also be a selection of Hikvision’s Thermal Riflescopes, including a new ‘clip-on’ product.

 

Visitors will be able to see how thermal technology can enhance the outdoor experience. They will also be able to experience the products for themselves.

 

“This is the second year we have exhibited at IWA and we already have more to show customers”, says Marcel Wiechmann, Thermal Product Manager. “We are excited to demonstrate to outdoor and hunting enthusiasts that thermal technology can really enhance their appreciation of nature.”

 

Visit Hikvison at stand 106 in Hall 4A. Click here for more information on Thermal Handheld products for outdoor pursuits.

 

About IWA OutdoorClassics

 

The national product show for the retail gun trade and gunsmiths opened its doors in Nuremberg for the first time in 1974 with just under 100 exhibitors. The international name IWA OutdoorClassics is due to the rapidly increased importance beyond the borders of Germany and the multi-theme range of products, which covers the spectrum between traditional craftsmanship and innovative ideas for outdoor equipment, functional clothing, hunting sports and shooting sports. For more information, visit the IWA website.