Army Seeks Uncooled B-Kit

The U.S. Army is seeking to define a series of low-power, lightweight, standard uncooled modules. The move comes at a time when dramatic improvements have been made in the performance of uncooled focal plane arrays (FPAs) thus setting the stage for major procurements of uncooled sensor systems across a wide range of military applications.|

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