Electro-Optical Targeting System

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Optronique secteur frontal (IRST) of the Dassault Rafale, below the cockpit and to the side of the refueling boom. On the left, the main IR sensor (100 km range), on the right a TV/IR identification sensor with laser rangefinder (40 km range)

An Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS), is a system employed to track and locate targets in aerial warfare.[1] It can use charge-coupled device TV cameras, laser rangefinders and laser designators.

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