Breakthrough Transparent Armor Solutions


As the strategic landscape evolves, the need for advanced survivability systems has never been more paramount. Producing combat-proven systems that have demonstrated their worth in recent combat operations worldwide, OSG provides cutting-edge transparent armor technologies, engineered to deliver uncompromising protection and operational capabilities to modern defense forces.

Battle-Proven Transparent Armor

OSG’s transparent armor solutions have undergone the ultimate test – the unforgiving realities of combat. From Central Asia’s hot climate and harsh terrain to the frozen winters in Eastern Europe and the urban battlegrounds of the Middle East, our systems have shielded personnel and assets against numerous threats. Battle-scarred remnants of an IDF Namer APC vision block testify to the extreme conditions that armored vehicles face in urban combat. Despite suffering extensive damage from anti-tank rockets and medium-caliber gunfire, our transparent armor fulfilled its vital role – safeguarding the crew.

Comprehensive Protection Systems

Our transparent armor expertise extends far beyond monolithic glazing. OSG provides complete protection systems comprising advanced materials designed to withstand advanced threats, robust framing, and sealing that endures harsh environmental conditions, tightly integrated into efficient and robust protection systems. Our solutions are not just limited to combat vehicles. In recent projects, OSG has demonstrated its ability to fuse top-tier protection with sophisticated design in commercial vehicles, like the new Toyota Land Cruiser 300, providing covert protection without compromising the vehicle’s iconic look. This holistic approach ensures performance that exceeds the highest standards, including ATPD-2352, STANAG 4569 levels, NIJ, VPAM, and DIN 52290. Validated by our ISO 17025-certified lab, these solutions meet the rigorous demands of the US Army, USMC, NATO forces, and international military clients.

Driving Innovation

At the forefront of combat survivability, OSG is pioneering next-generation solutions to counter evolving threats. CERALITE™ ultra-lightweight technology strikes the optimal balance between ballistic integrity and agility for aircraft, helicopters, and personal armor applications. The revolutionary ADI™ transparent armor boasts an extended service life, withstanding harsh operating environments without compromising visibility. Additionally, the ScreeneX® glass-embedded digital display streamlines vehicle interfaces, maximizing space utilization and situational awareness.

Experience the Future of Survivability

“OSG provides a vital platform to engage with the global defense community,” stated Michael Schwartz, CEO. “We invite attendees to experience our transparent armor solutions first-hand and witness how our commitment to innovation leads to combat survivability on the modern battlefield.”

You are invited to contact us and explore our complete range of vehicle armoring, aircraft protective systems, personal shields, and marine glazing applications. Contact us to set a meeting with members of our expert team.

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Train Glass

What Are The Various Uses Of Fabricated Train Glass?

Train glass is fabricated to make it tough for things that hit fast-moving trains. First is the wind pressure that can shatter a piece of regular glass. Second are the small pieces of stones and other materials that travel with air. They gather enough kinetic energy to break regular windshields. But fabricated glass sheets can remain safe from everything harmful to regular glass.

A windscreen is needed to get a clear view of the tracks and signals. Also, trains need large windscreens to allow drivers to get a better view of the tracks. Regular glass can’t be used for making large windscreens because it can break at high speed. Also, regular glass shatters into minute pieces that can injure the drivers. But there is no such fear or apprehension with fabricated sheets that can toughened even to withstand bullet fires.

It is only with glass fabrication that train windshields are enlarged to provide a better view to drivers. Also, fabricated sheets improve the beauty of trains. A fabricated sheet is light in weight but tough enough to remain intact in all conditions. However, it is only one of the many uses of fabricated sheets. In reality, glass fabrication has benefitted trains in many ways.

For example, take the small screens in trains. These screens are used to aware passengers of the upcoming stations so they can get ready to de-board the train. Also, the screens can be used to run important information like extreme weather conditions and advertisements.

A digital window display can be used to communicate with passengers and answer frequently asked questions about the routes, stations, time taken in the journey, and amenities available in the train and stations. Also, the smart display can be used to make money by running advertisements for brands.

Brands that want to reach out to people can collaborate with railway officials to run their ads on smart displays. A smart display can be controlled safely from a remote place. Also, the display has no fear of breaking. Made of fabricated sheets, these displays can be used anywhere. They will remain safe from thunderstorms, hailstorms, and physical attacks.

Fabricated train glass is stronger than its regular counterpart and it can be used in many ways. Fabrication technology allows making changes in the properties of glass sheets. For example, a piece of fabricated glass can be turned opaque or transparent according to the situation.

Armoring Solutions

What Are The Uses Of A Smart Window Display?

Glass fabrication is a revolution and this is evident from the various uses of fabricated glass sheets. For example, take a piece of toughened sheet. It is developed to become tough in hard objects like small stone pieces traveling with wind. Also, it can be further improved to provide armored glass solutions to the world militaries.

A windshield is the weakest part of an automobile but you can’t do away with it because it is needed to provide a clear view to the driver. In earlier times, the windscreens of military vehicles were kept small and covered with steel bars to prevent things including stray bullets from hitting the windshields. But today fabricated glass has taken the place of older and weaker windscreens.

Glass fabrication has the armoring solutions the world needs to empower security forces so they can help society without risking their lives and ammunition. For example, take an armored vehicle used to carry soldiers to and from battlefields. This vehicle has high-quality steel that can withstand even bullets and blasts. But it is a fabricated sheet that makes an armored vehicle suitable for driving even under constant fire.

Bulletproofing is one of the many uses of fabricated glass sheets as they are also used in the construction industry. They are used for making glass facades that not only look beautiful but also provide added safety to buildings. If you think that a glass front will compromise the privacy of the buildings then you are wrong.

Fabricated glass can control visibility. For example, you can get a clear view of the outside but the front will remain opaque from the outside. Also, you can control the amount of light entering from the glass front. In this way, you can keep the building cool in summer and warm in winter. But the biggest advantage of fabricated glass is the making of a smart window display.

Can you believe that a display unit can be used to communicate with viewers? It is possible. A display can be connected to the latest communication technology and the display converted into a communication device.

A smart window display has many uses in trains and stations. It can be used to update and educate passengers on the routes, upcoming stations, travel time, and amenities available in the train and stations. The display unit can be set anywhere and controlled from a remote place in a hassle-free manner.