TRIGR provides the soldier with infrared optics, laser rangefinder, digital compass, and GPS capability for geo-location, day and night.  TRIGR is housed in a ruggedized package and is balanced for easy handling and tripod mounting. User friendly controls are mounted atop the unit in a natural position for the soldier’s fingertips, even when protective gear is worn.

BAE asked Stream to provide ergonomic research, industrial design, and mechanical engineering. This collaboration helped BAE win the 2 billion contract to manufacture the TRIGR. This contract, together with others, will add about 75 jobs to BAE Systems sites in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

“We view these contracts as being part of the suite of equipment that protects our men and women in uniform,” said Micheal L. Lewis, vice president and general manager of BAE Systems soldier and vehicle solutions unit. more

Below are 4 links to news articles and TV clips:

Boston Globe

New England Cable News

Associated Press

Nashua Telegraph