By Month (February 2000)

IR in Aircraft Maintenance

The U.S. Air Force is seeking to take a top-down approach to selecting the right infrared imaging systems for troubleshooting temperature anomalies on USAF aircraft.

Uncooled IR Imaging in Medicine

Lockheed Martin IR Imaging Systems is working on a Dual Use Applications Program (DUAP) with the U.S. Army’s Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate to tailor its uncooled microbolometer focal plane array technology to medical applications.

Uncooled IR SnapShot Cameras

Infrared Solutions (Minneapolis, Minnesota) is having no problem exporting its IR SnapShot® still camera at a time when cameras containing uncooled microbolometers or ferroelectric focal plane arrays are facing increased export delays.

DARPA to Fund New Interdisciplinary Research

DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) is preparing to create interdisciplinary teams of researchers drawn from the fields of biology, information technology and microsystems technology at institutions of higher learning.

Sarcon/Sarnoff Uncooled IR Sensor Moves Ahead

Sarcon Microsystems and Sarnoff Corp. (Princeton, New Jersey) are continuing to develop Sarnoff’s unique uncooled focal plane array which relies on a microcantilever capacitive array based on a bimaterial.

ATFLIR has First Test Flight

Raytheon’s Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) pod recently had its first successful test flight on an F/A-18 aircraft at China Lake, California.

New Infrared Imaging Products


Company Briefs


Government Contract Awards in Infrared Imaging


Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared Imaging


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