Goodrich to develop survivability solutions for SWIR cameras CHARLOTTE, N.
What does SFSI stand for?
SFSI stands for SWIR (Short Wave Infrared) Full Spectrum Imager (Canadian Centre for Remote Sensing)
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- Steam-Flaked Sorghum Grain (animal feed)
- Serum Follicle-Stimulating Hormone
- Society for the Service of Humanity (Pakistan)
- South Florida State Hospital
- South Florida Siberian Husky Rescue, Incorporated (Lauderhill, FL)
- San Francisco Sex Information
- San Francisco Society of Illustrators (San Francisco, CA)
- Santa Fe Science Initiative (est. 2001; Santa Fe, NM)
- Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction (Garner Valley Digital Array; California)
- SIP Forum SIP Interoperability Workshop
- Spaced Frequency Shift Keying
- Security Federal Savings and Loan (Cleveland, OH)
- Shape from Structured Light
- Silver Fern Shipping Limited (Wellington, New Zealand)
- Six Flags Saint Louis (Missouri)
- South Florida Sports League (Miami, FL)
- Squared Financial Services Limited (Dublin, Ireland)
- San Francisco School of Massage (California)
- Sequential Function Specification Method (engineering)
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The Goodrich SWIR camera's expanded capabilities allow the user to detect and track a wide range of military lasers, day or night, with exceptional clarity.
PHILADELPHIA, July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Clear Align announced the introduction of INSPIRE(TM) line of high-performance, ultra-lightweight, pre-engineered SWIR lenses for short-wavelength-infrared detection.
pioneered the design and production of SWIR cameras and systems utilizing advanced InGaAs imaging technology for industrial, commercial, military, agricultural and scientific markets.
A 'shepherding spacecraft' carrying a cadre of sophisticated instruments, including two Goodrich SWIR cameras, will orbit the moon; at the precise moment, a Centaur rocket will be launched from the spacecraft for an impact at twice the speed of a bullet into a crater near the moon's south pole.
SUI) team will develop its indium gallium arsenide-night vision (InGaAs-NV(TM)) SWIR sensors into a 640 x 512 pixel resolution camera weighing less than 10 grams, intended for hand-launched unmanned aerial vehicles.
Creates the First Single Chip CMOS SWIR sensor WAKEFIELD, Mass.
By leveraging our proprietary technology, the new cameras will be smaller, will require less power and will offer superior operational capabilities over currently available SWIR cameras.