By Month (May 2005)

L-3 Acquires ITC and SonomaPREMIUM

L-3 Communications has acquired InfraredVision Technology Corp., ITC and Sonoma Design Group.


ITT Industries Night Vision has been awarded a Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) contract to produce the U.S. Army’s Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG).

ISG and L-3 ITC PartnerPREMIUM

ISG Thermal Systems, Inc. and L-3 Communications’ New InfraredVision Technology Corp. (ITC) unit have signed a multi-year agreement.

Amorphous Silicon to Fall Under Export ControlsPREMIUM

A Working Group of the Wassenaar group of countries has reached agreement to control amorphous silicon microbolometers and cameras as dual-use items. The next step is to initiate a three week “silence procedure” starting on April 29. If no objections are received from member countries, the new control language will become effective.

Fluke/Raytek Re-branding Infrared ProductsPREMIUM

Fluke and Raytek (a Fluke company) are re-branding some of their infrared products in an attempt to make more use of the extensive Fluke sales channels. The first such re-branding is to rename the Raytek Ti 30 Thermal Imager to be the Fluke Ti 30 Thermal Imager.

Next-Generation Infantry Weapon Gets Field TestPREMIUM

Alliant Techsystems has delivered the first six prototype XM25 advanced air-bursting weapon systems to the U.S. Army for field-testing. The XM25 fires a High Explosive (HE), air bursting 25 mm round capable of defeating an enemy behind a wall, inside a building or in a foxhole.

New Infrared Imaging ProductsPREMIUM


Company BriefsPREMIUM


Government Contract Awards in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


Government Contract Solicitations in Infrared ImagingPREMIUM


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