Two surveillance applications based on the high-resolution and light-weight Panoptes platform technology are under development by researchers for security and military purposes.
Small metallic nanocages and pulsed laser-based ultrasensitive medical imaging methodology are likely to facilitate the detection and treatment of cancer at an early stage.
Samsung has recently introduced the 2.1Megapixel S5K5B3 and the 1.3Megapixel S5K6A1 CMOS image sensors, which will be utilized in gadgets that need the video capture feature and notebook computers.
The OLED-XL micro-displays, the SVGA+ Rev3 OLED-XL OLED solution, and the enhanced eMagin-equipped systems will be demonstrated by eMagin during the SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing 2010 at the Orlando, Florida-based Orlando World Center Marriott Resort and Convention Center.
The new Fastcam BC2, a high-speed, high-definition, and high-speed video camera, will be showcased during the 2010 National Association of Broadcasters Show, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, by Photron.
A $12.4 million order was received from the U.S. Army by FLIR Systems for the delivery of its Star SAFIRE II stabilized multi-sensor systems.
David Nelson recently piloted the F-35 Lightning II stealth fighter from Lockheed, which has incorporated the most comprehensive and powerful sensor package till date.
The Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) of the Philadelphia-based Raytheon Company (RTN) has emerged as the first facility of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to incorporate the aircraft surveillance unit with the live fused Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast track data.
Aware and AOptix Technologies have integrated the InSight 2 meter iris recognition system of AOptix with the BioSP and URC software products of AWRE.
Kastle Systems International will launch the most advanced security systems technology that features the integration of remote-based video monitoring services and utilization of the IP technology.