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Cedip becomes technology cluster partner

Flir ATS (formerly Cedip) : 12 July, 2007  (Company News)
Cedip joinst the System@Tic Paris-Region Cluster for the development of technologies for use in the security, defence and other technology markets.
Cedip Infrared Systems has been retained as a partner of the System@Tic Paris-Region competitiveness cluster, in order to develop innovative thermal imaging sensors.

The System@Tic Paris-Region Cluster, that was given a 'world-class' cluster label in July 2005, is strategically positioned to master complex systems and key technologies (in optics, electronics and software) and to implement these systems in four growing target markets: Security & Defence, Telecommunications, Automotive & Transportation and System Design & Development Tools. The System@Tic Paris-Region Cluster brings together over 200 industrial, academic and institutional members from the Paris region that work in partnership on R&D projects.

Established earlier this year, the contract signed with Cedip Infrared Systems, which falls within the framework of the 'Defence and Security' area will be to develop and supply Militarised cameras & systems in partnership with large defence and security industrial organisations and research groups.

As a partner in these projects, Cedip Infrared Systems will call upon its expertise in the field of Infrared imaging and know-how in military sensor development to design and bring to market new innovative thermal IR imaging sensors. The project should begin in the 4th quarter 2007.
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