Utilization of High Performance Infrared for Defense and Security Applications
Telops' new webcast discusses: target signature acquisition, characterization of target camouflage structures, change detection for IED searches, persistent surveillance development, anomaly detection, and low contrast targets. This webcast is offered at 3 different times.
Article: Using Aspheric Optics In Complex Lens Designs
Optical design engineers often discuss the use of aspheres in optical designs to reduce element count, but as a whole, seldom put the discussion into real-time practice, often fearing that the more complex fabrication process of the asphere itself overwhelms the advantages that they might gain.
Technical Note: Guide To Glass
Abrisa Technologies' "Guide to Glass" provides information about the types of glass and their associated thermal, optical, chemical, mechanical, and electrical properties; understanding light and color; glare reduction; and glass strengthening methods using heat and chemicals.
Rugged Optical Coatings And Testing Per Military Specifications
Deposition Sciences, Inc., (DSI) offers extensive test and measurement capabilities for a wide array of highly specialized optical coatings for military and aerospace applications. DSI's Special Products Group (SPG) participates at all levels of product development, from engineering to prototyping to full-scale production, based on customer specifications.
Silicon Sensor International AG offers a full range of customized silicon PINs and avalanche photodiodes, position sensors, and optoelectronic modules for use in medical, industrial, military/aerospace, security, and automotive markets.
Xenics' Lynx high-speed linescan cameras are shortwave infrared imaging cameras that are perfect for applications in machine vision and medical OCT, as well as in low-light-level applications such as Raman, emission, and luminescence spectroscopy.
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