By Company (Goodrich)

September 2012

Company BriefsPREMIUM


May 2012

October 2011

United Technologies Acquiring GoodrichPREMIUM

A New Player in Infrared

May 2011

April 2011

November 2010

September 2010

August 2010

Company BriefsPREMIUM


June 2010

May 2010

April 2010

Company BriefsPREMIUM


December 2009

September 2009

Company BriefsPREMIUM


December 2008

September 2008

Goodrich SUI SWIR Camera on Scan Eagle UAVPREMIUM

Candidates for STUAS Payload Line Up

August 2008

April 2008

March 2008

Goodrich Forms New ISR Business UnitPREMIUM

Goodrich Corp. has formed a new ISR Systems (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) business unit out of the former Optical & Space Systems (OSS) division. The new unit has its headquarters in Chelmsford, Mass., and includes operations in Danbury, Conn., Albuquerque, N.M., Princeton, N.J., Ithaca, N.Y., and Malvern (UK).

December 2007


Goodrich SUI has received the sole award under DARPA’s Micro-Sensors for Imaging (MISI) program.

August 2007

Goodrich to Modify U-2 Sensors for SpacePREMIUM

Goodrich ISR Systems has been awarded a contract by the Naval Research Laboratory to modify the high-performance imaging sensor used on the high-altitude U-2 surveillance aircraft for use as a space payload.

June 2007

May 2007

February 2007

Digital ENVG One Step CloserPREMIUM

The plan to replace the current helmet-mounted night vision goggles (NVG) with a digital Enhanced Night Vision Goggles [ENVG(D)] is moving closer to realization. Although numerous technical hurdles must still be surmounted, the U.S. Army has now laid out a schedule for bringing ENVG(D) into production.

January 2007

QinetiQ Receives DARPA AwardPREMIUM

QinetiQ has been awarded a two-year, $5 million research contract by DARPA in support of its Large Area Coverage Optical Search While Track and Engage (LACOSTE) program. Under LACOSTE, extremely-wide field-of-view coded aperture imaging technology will be used to support single sensor day/night persistent tactical surveillance of all moving vehicles in a large urban battlefield.

November 2006

May 2006

February 2006

CardioOptics Receives $26.5 Million InvestmentPREMIUM

A New Market for SWIR Cameras