By Month (September 2000)

Honeywell Strengthens IR PatentsPREMIUM

Honeywell has strengthened its patent position in uncooled microbolometer infrared imaging and is taking an aggressive stance to protect its patent portfolio.

Finisar Buying Sensors UnlimitedPREMIUM

Finisar Corp. (Sunnyvale, California) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Sensors Unlimited (Princeton, New Jersey), the supplier of short wave infrared InGaAs detectors, focal plane arrays and cameras, for approximately $700 million.

The Latest in Uncooled FPAsPREMIUM

New results in uncooled infrared detector technology from around the world,

SPIE Orlando Conf. to Feature Some New TopicsPREMIUM

The next SPIE Infrared Technologies and Applications Conference (April 2001, Orlando) will feature two new sessions

NEC Uncooled IR MicrobolometersPREMIUM

NEC Corporation of Japan has reorganized and moved its uncooled infrared operations.

Boeing Developing New 640 x 480 Uncooled FPAsPREMIUM

Boeing has been awarded a $3.8 million, 3-year, contract under DARPA’s latest Uncooled Thermal Imaging Sensors program which aims to increase uncooled infrared FPA performance to its theoretical limits and thus approach that of cooled sensors.

Thin Film Ferroelectric Struggles in World of µBolPREMIUM

Uncooled infrared focal plane arrays based on Thin Film Ferroelectric (TFFE) technology are facing an increasingly dim future as microbolometer technology races ahead

New Infrared Imaging ProductsPREMIUM


Company BriefsPREMIUM


Government Contract Awards in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


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