Shipboard testing of three infrared firefighting cameras has now been completed by the U.S. Navy. All three cameras are expected to be approved for certification for use aboard Navy ships.
Boeing is developing a new system involving visible and infrared cameras for helping Navy pilots in landings on aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships.
Europe’s DARWIN project for developing a fully integrated night vision sensor for passenger cars has moved into the prototype phase.
Infrared Components Corp., ICC, is developing uncooled microbolometer focal plane arrays using amorphous silicon as the resistive layer.
The target date for obtaining FAA certification for the infrared Enhanced Vision System (EVS) for the Gulfstream-V business jet has been pushed to the end of this year due to equipment modification
Northrop Grumman has signed an agreement to acquire Comptek Research (Buffalo, New York) which specializes in electronic warfare simulation and stimulation, threat analysis, mission planning and precision targeting.
COMBATT Program Moves into Phase IIThe U.S. Army’s Program seeks to find a cost-effective replacement for its aging HMMWV light tactical vehicles with a cost-effective alternative.
SPIE’s Infrared Technologies and Applications XXVI Conference - a part of SPIE’s Annual Meeting - will feature several unique sessions that illustrate just how broad international interest in infrared imaging has become