DRS Technologies has signed a teaming agreement with Digital Imaging Infrared, DII, to jointly produce and market DII’s pan-and-tilt uncooled thermal imaging systems for homeland security applications.
The combined world commercial and dual-use infrared imaging and spot infrared thermometry markets exceeded a level of $1 billion in 2002.
Indigo Systems is ramping up production of its 160 x 120 pixel VOx microbolometers.
Northrop Grumman’s Defensive Systems Division and Israel Aircraft Industries' TAMAM Division (TAMAM) have signed a teaming agreement that will combine their expertise in the design and production of electro-optical (EO) payloads for intelligence, surveillance, targeting and reconnaissance for certain classes of UAVs and other applications.
Irvine Sensors is readying a miniature small pixel microbolometer camera for use in fire fighting applications.
Northrop Grumman’s new Eagle Eyes dual-mode infrared millimeter wave radar (IR/mmW) seeker has successfully detected, tracked and struck a moving multiple rocket launcher during a recent test.
The upcoming Shephard Night Vision USA Conference in Washington, DC will cover a broad range of topics involving the use of image intensifiers and thermal imagers in military and commercial applications. The keynote address on The Night Battle will be presented by Lt. Gen. Michael Hough, Deputy Commandant for Aviation of the US Marine Corps.
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