By Month (April 2003)


Indigo Microbolometer in Production

Indigo Systems has solved the last of its start-up problems and is now in production on its 160 x 120 pixel uncooled VOx microbolometers. The company is currently working off its backlog of Omega cameras which are used in a number of OEM products.

Raytheon Offers Hummer NV

Raytheon Commercial Infrared is offering its NIGHTDRIVER infrared night vision system for the HUMMER H1 vehicle.

Max-Viz EVS Gains FAA Certification

Max-Viz’ EVS-1000 infrared Enhanced Vision System (EVS) for aircraft pilots has received FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) certification on the Bombardier Challenger business jet.

Indigo and CMCEC Win JSF IR Sensor Awards for Distributed Aperture System (DAS)

Indigo Systems and CMC Electronics Cincinnati have been awarded contracts for System Development and Demonstration (SDD) of the Integrated Detector Assemblies (IDA) for the Distributed Aperture System (DAS) for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). The awards were made by Northrop Grumman, the prime contractor for the DAS system.

VistaScape and FLIR Systems Partner on Security

VistaScape Technology and FLIR Systems have agreed to partner in providing systems to the security market. VistaScape makes a software platform called Security Data Management System (SDMS) that is based on Microsoft NET.

SensArray Lands Equity Investment

SensArray Infrared has received a new equity investment from Digital Power Capital LLC. In addition, SensArray recently concluded an agreement with BAE SYSTEMS under which BAE took a small equity position in SensArray and provided to SensArray an exclusive license to lead salt focal plane array processing technology for use in commercial applications and in military applications being pursued by BAE SYSTEMS.

MSA Delivers High Performance to Firefighters with New Camera

Mine Safety Appliances, MSA, is seeking to entice firefighters with a new level of performance in a small format (160 x 120) VOx microbolometer camera.

U.S. Export Controls – A Glimmer of Light (?)

U.S. Export Controls on infrared technology have become much tougher since September 11. Infrared cameras of all kinds - including ones specifically developed for non-military applications - have come under increasing scrutiny.

IRISYS Hits New Low Price for Uncooled IR Imager

InfraRed Integrated Systems Ltd., IRISYS, has introduced a handheld uncooled thermal imager with a record low-price. The company’s new IRI 1011 is being offered for sale with prices starting at $1500.

Indigo Acquires Technology Group from CSR

 

New Infrared Imaging Products

 

Company Briefs

 

Government Contract Awards in Infrared Imaging

 

Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared Imaging

 


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