DARPA’s Low Light Imaging Program

DARPA’s Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) has awarded over $4 million in contracts for the Visible / Short Wave Infrared-Photon Counting Arrays (PCAR) program. The goal is to develop large format, high resolution imaging sensors that operate at extremely low levels of illumination and require ultra-low-noise photon counting techniques.|

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