By Month (January 2001)


IRISYS Debuts Uncooled FPA

InfraRed Integrated Systems Ltd., IRISYS™ is introducing a low-cost uncooled infrared imager based on a proprietary pyroelectric material

Equinox Using IR for Human ID

Equinox Corp. a start-up, has received a contract under DARPA to develop systems to detect and recognize humans at distances up to 500 feet (150 m)

SensArray Making Pb Salt FPAs

SensArray is developing both uncooled lead sulfide (PbS) and lead selenide (PbSe) focal plane arrays (FPAs) using a unique process

Thomson-CSF becomes Thales

Thomson-CSF has changed its name to Thales in order to clearly separate itself from Thomson Multi Media

SMi Enhanced Vision Conference

SMi’s upcoming Enhanced Vision Conference will feature applications of both image intensifier and thermal imaging technology

2001 Infrared Imaging Calendar of Events

 

CEDIP IR Cameras to Monitor Fusion Reactor

CEDIP Infrared Systems has been awarded a major contract from the French Atomic Energy Center (CEA) to develop and install sixteen IR cameras for the monitoring of the French Tokamak nuclear fusion reactor located in Cadarache.

Northrop Grumman to Acquire Litton

Northrop Grumman has agreed to acquire Litton Industries for $3.8 billion. The combined company will have sales of about $15 billion and will be a major defense electro-optics contractor.

Company Briefs

 

Government Contract Awards in Infrared Imaging

 

Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared Imaging

 


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