Inside the latest Issue (September 2018)


New Infrared Soldier System on Fast TrackPREMIUM

A new capability called HUD 3.0/IVAS (Head Up Display/Integrated Visual Augmentation System) is on a fast-track to provide greatly enhanced mobility and situational awareness to Soldiers and Marines. The system will feature advanced digital infrared, visible and fused sensors, together with artificial intelligence, live reality and integration with Nett Warrior (an Android-based smartphone.) The system will also have a Synthetic Training capability.

The system is getting funding and attention from the Top at DoD

BAE Systems Reorganizes Commercial Uncooled Core BusinessPREMIUM

BAE Systems (Lexington, Massachusetts; Nashua, New Hampshire) is reorganizing its commercial uncooled core business. The responsibility for marketing and sales of uncooled VOx cores is now in Lexington at the location of the company’s uncooled foundry.

Infrared Sensor Forum in JapanPREMIUM

SPIE Infrared Conference to Feature Infrared for Self-Driving CarsFREE

Photonics Rules of ThumbFREE

New Infrared Imaging ProductsPREMIUM

Company BriefsPREMIUM

Government Contract AwardsPREMIUM

Government Contract SolicitationsPREMIUM


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Infrared Market Research Reports

Volume IRW-C: The World Market for Commercial and Dual-Use Infrared Imaging and Infrared Thermometry Equipment (2018 edition)

World infrared imaging markets are poised to enter a new phase. The development of new low-cost uncooled imaging detector cores and competitive pressures are leading to lower prices in a wide range of applications from thermographic inspections to law enforcement. At the same time, smartphone thermal imagers at prices under $200 are making the technology available to consumers who have not previously been exposed to infrared imaging.

 

Volume IRW-M: The World Market for Military Infrared Imaging Detectors & Systems (2018 edition)

Military infrared imaging systems are poised to take a leap forward as advanced new infrared detector technologies become available for the next generation of systems.

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