By Month (December 2004)

L-3 Acquires Raytheon Commercial InfraredPREMIUM

L-3 Communications has acquired Raytheon Commercial Infrared, RCI, and renamed it L-3 Infrared Products.

SCD Entering Uncooled IR MarketPREMIUM

Semi Conductor Devices, SCD, is preparing to enter the market for uncooled VOx microbolometers.

A New Uncooled FPA TechnologyPREMIUM

Aegis Semiconductor is developing a new type of uncooled LWIR infrared focal plane array (FPA) based on an array of thermally tunable thin-film near-infrared (NIR) optical filters. As thermal radiation is absorbed in each pixel and its temperature varies, the peak of the NIR passband of the filter is shifted.

Mitsubishi Electric Makes 640 x 480 Uncooled FPAsPREMIUM

Mitsubishi Electric has succeeded in pushing its SOI (silicon-on-insulator) uncooled FPA technology to new levels of performance.

Image Fusion 2005 ConferencePREMIUM

Image Fusion 2005 is a conference that will cover a technology that will be a part of most future systems.

Cadillac Drops Night Vision Option for 2005PREMIUM

General Motors has discontinued offering a Night Vision system on 2005 Cadillac DeVilles. The system which has been made by Raytheon Commercial Infrared (now L-3 Infrared Products) was the first automotive night vision system to be introduced.

Thermal Imaging of Coronary ArteriesPREMIUM

Bristol-Myers Squibb Medical Imaging and Thermocore Medical Imaging have formed an agreement under which the former has acquired worldwide rights to develop, manufacture and commercialize Thermocore’s proprietary intracoronary thermographic catheter system which is designed to detect vulnerable plaque by mapping temperature variations inside the coronary arteries.

New Infrared Imaging ProductsPREMIUM


Company BriefsPREMIUM


Government Contract Awards in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


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