Rainbow and FLIR Plan Joint Development

Rainbow Group and FLIR Systems have entered into a preliminary agreement to jointly pursue the manufacturing and marketing of a Wildlife Protection System developed by Rainbow’s InTransTech subsidiary located in Canada. The InTransTech system makes use of infrared cameras based on QWIP (quantum infrared photodetector) FPAs made by Rainbow’s QWIPTECH subsidiary.|

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