Under the terms of the contract Goodrich’s SUI team, headquartered in Princeton, N.J., will develop a SWIR camera payload assembly. The technology involved includes a 640x512 indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) camera, custom dual field-of-view lens and laser pointer for use in day or night operation allowing reliable imaging and performance in any weather or environmental conditions.
Dr. Marshall J. Cohen, Vice President and General Manager of Goodrich’s SUI team, stated, “We are pleased to have been selected to work on this program, giving us the opportunity to leverage our expertise in indium gallium arsenide SWIR imaging technology to deliver an enhanced sensor assembly to the U.S. Air Force. Our team will be leveraging other InGaAs programs from the U.S. Army, Navy and DARPA to give the Air Force the most sophisticated SWIR camera, maximizing the performance while maintaining a very low weight and compact assembly.”
Goodrich’s SUI team (Sensors Unlimited, Inc.) http://www.oss.goodrich.com/sui—has pioneered the design and production of shortwave infrared detectors, arrays, cameras and systems utilizing advanced InGaAs imaging technology for industrial, commercial, military, agricultural and scientific markets.
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