AIM Sets Sights on Germany’s Soldier of the Future

AEG Infrarot-Module, AIM, is expanding from its traditional role as supplier of infrared FPAs and detector dewar assemblies to making complete portable infrared systems. The move was partly spurred by Germany’s Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement (BWB) which wanted higher performance imagers for use by German soldiers.|

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