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General Dynamics Adds Division for Surveillance, Imaging Solutions

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) advanced information systems business unit has added a new global imaging technologies division, the company announced today.

General Dynamics said it intends for the move to expand the company’s offerings for defense and homeland security customers, including its portfolio of electro-optical infrared cameras.

“As we continue to expand on General Dynamics Global Imaging Technologies’ programs, products and solutions, customers will benefit from our more fully integrated portfolio of end-to-end imagery offerings, ” said Lou Von Thaer, president of the advanced information systems division.

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