Manufacturer: Elbit Systems Ltd.  
Product type: Fire Control Systems  
Name: Fire control system  

CAPS – Commander Advanced Panoramic Sight

CAPS is designed to provide commanders inside the vehicle with real-time situational awareness as well as fast and accurate target acquisition. CAPS is a highly compact, armor protected, dual-axis stabilized line-of-sight, remote-operated, video-based (thermal and day cameras) nx360° periscope system. It can be used for independent target acquisition, battlefield surveillance and main gun firing in hunter-killer FCS. It is easily adaptable to all AFVs and can serve as the primary sight for Infantry Fighting Vehicles.

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