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December 2010

EVS Certified on Boeing Business Jet

The First Step to Wider Infrared Use in Commercial Aviation?

September 2010

Raytheon Wins SDB II Program

A Trend in Seeker Technology?

May 2010

April 2010

September 2009

August 2009

July 2009

Submarine Panoramic Infrared Periscope

Solving the “Safety Scan” Problem

February 2009

U.S. Army Moves Ahead with 3rd Gen FLIR Award

SDD Contract Sets the Stage for Production of 3rd Gen FLIR Engines

January 2009

November 2007

Toward Gigapixel IRFPAs

The size of infrared focal plane arrays (FPA) is poised for a large increase. Currently, both InSb and MWIR MCT arrays have been fabricated in a 2K x 2K monolithic configuration, with the InSb FPA used in the SHARP reconnaissance pod and the MCT FPA used in the NIRCam instrument on the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).

November 2006

CMC Electronics Ships 100th EVS

CMC Electronics has shipped its 100th EVS (Enhanced Vision System) for aircraft. Most of these are the SureSight® I-Series.

October 2006

Kollsman Readying Uncooled EVS

Kollsman is preparing to roll out its uncooled enhanced vision system for general aviation aircraft, GAViS™ (General Aviation Vision System).