DARPA Seeks Development of Adaptive FPAs

The Defense Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is seeking to make another major leap in infrared focal plane array technology. Under the new Adaptive Focal Plane Array program, DARPA is seeking innovative research that will enable revolutionary advances in infrared imaging and sensing.|

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