Pulsar is well known as a leader in both thermal and night vision technologies across a variety of market places. Pulsar’s story begins when a small company started producing wooden draw tube telescopes in 1991. In 1994 they became Yukon Advanced Optics with a small but revolutionary range of both day and night optics. The next big step came in 2001, when they produced and launched their first Gen 1 Night Vision Rifles Scope (NVRS) and by 2005, with continued investment and growth, the company was producing 70% of the worlds Gen 1 night vision devices. As a progressive company, Yukon were simultaneously working on new technologies and in 2003 launched the first digital night vision device, the popular Ranger spotter. The benefits of digital night vision for the consumer market were clear and between 2006 and 2008 they invested heavily in the research and development of digital products which gave rise to the trademark Pulsar. Now, with over 1000 employees, eight facilities in seven countries and an international network of distributors, including the exclusive UK distributor, Thomas Jacks Ltd, Pulsar are now recognised as the leading global manufacturer of consumer thermal imaging, digital and image intensified devices.