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More Consolidation in Fire Fighting Thermal Imagers

Avon Rubber plc (UK) has acquired the “Argus” thermal imaging fire fighting business of E2V Technologies (Chelmsford, Essex, UK) for £3.5 million in cash ($5.4 million).

The company’s Avon Protection unit, which also makes SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus), has had a small presence in the fire thermal imaging market with its nvision XTP, a thermal imager based on a 320 x 240 amorphous silicon microbolometer made by L-3 Infrared Products.

Seek Thermal OEM Products Ready to Take Off

 

Seek Thermal – in addition to its smartphone attachments – has been aggressively courting OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) to incorporate its 206 x 156/12 VOx microbolometer cores in their cameras for applications for predictive maintenance/building inspection, drones payloads, security cameras, automotive night vision, etc.

 

FLIR Builds Small Infrared Imagers into Ordinary Handheld Electrical Meters

 

Raytheon Jumps the Gun on 3rd Gen for Bradley

 

Edmund Optics Starts Production of Molded Chalcogenide Glasses

 

New Infrared Imaging Products

 

Company Briefs

 

Government Contract Awards

 

Government Contract Solicitations

 


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