By Company (Honeywell)


April 2017

April 2016

Teledyne Dalsa Launching Uncooled Camera Core

Teledyne Dalsa (Waterloo, Canada) is releasing a new uncooled camera, Calibir, based on a Ulis 640 x 480 amorphous silicon microbolometer with 17 micron pixels.

September 2015

August 2013

March 2011

EVS Takes One Step Closer to More Widespread Use

Honeywell’s Demonstration of Blended Infrared and Synthetic Vision on Primary Flight Displays

November 2010

June 2010

May 2006

SBIR Shipping Large Format IR Scene Projectors

Santa Barbara Infrared, Inc. (SBIR), a HEICO company, has shipped the first of its Large Format Resistive Array (LFRA) IR Scene Projectors, which are based on a 1024 x 1024 array of microresistors on a custom CMOS Read In Integrated Circuit (RIIC). The company has orders for 10 full systems and 3 spare projection heads from U.S. government customers representing the three military services.

January 2006

A New Honeywell License

Honeywell is continuing its bid to license a broad swath of uncooled microbolometer technologies. In the latest agreement, L-3 Communications has reached a license agreement for the amorphous silicon microbolometers being made by its L-3 Infrared Products unit (formerly Raytheon Commercial Infrared).