By Month (May 2018)

Breakthrough in T2SL Sensor Adoption PREMIUM

A breakthrough in the more widespread use of Type 2 Superlattice (T2SL) FPAs is about to occur. One of the largest infrared applications in the U.S. - the EO-DAS (Electro-optical-Distributed Aperture System) for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter - is being upgraded to T2SL FPAs (from the existing large format InSb FPAs).

The Air Force anticipates two potential upgrades.

DRS Launches 10 Micron Uncooled CorePREMIUM

Leonardo DRS is launching its TENUM™640 core, based on a Wafer-Level-Packaged (WLP) 640 x 512 VOx microbolometer with the smallest pixel size (10 µm) available anywhere.

FLIR Systems Launching New Infrared Security LinePREMIUM

FLIR Systems is launching a new line of infrared cameras for perimeter security that make maximum use of its highly integrated Lepton thermal cores. The Saros line is intended to provide minimum false alarms and the maximum in ease of installation for installers with no lens options to worry about.

Saros includes multiple FLIR Lepton® thermal sensors (160 x 120/12) with images stitched together, one or more 1080p or 4K cameras, IR and visible LED illuminators, advanced onboard analytics, two-way audio, and digital input/output.

Ulis Achieves Record Fast Response MicrobolometersPREMIUM

Ulis has developed an amorphous silicon (a-Si) microbolometer with a record low thermal time constant of 2.5 ms which allows imaging of fast events.

Pelco Suspends Sales of Thermal Security CamerasPREMIUM

Pelco, Schneider Electric, has discontinued sales of its thermal security cameras, the Sarix TI line, which were based on Ulis amorphous silicon (a-Si) microbolometers.

New Infrared Imaging ProductsPREMIUM

Company BriefsPREMIUM

Government Contract AwardsPREMIUM

Government Contract SolicitationsPREMIUM

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