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Multispectral technology on show at US defence exhibition

FluxData : 23 April, 2013  (New Product)
FluxData will be at the SPIE symposium in Maryland with its research grade multispectral imaging systems
Multispectral technology on show at US defence exhibition

FluxData will exhibit at the SPIE Defense, Security & Sensing symposium and exhibition in Baltimore, Maryland at the Baltimore Convention Center on April 30 through until May 2, 2013. This free event is the largest international symposium related to sensors, systems, and platforms, and is an ideal venue for the company to present their line of multispectral systems. FluxData will be in booth 1240.

FluxData will have demonstrations of their full line of tactical and research grade customizable multi-sensor, multispectral and polarization imaging systems. Operating between the Visible and Short Wave Infrared spectrum, these systems deliver the combination of ruggedness, size, speed, and sensitivity necessary for the challenging imaging requirements of defense, security, and surveillance markets.

On Monday, April 29th, Lawrence Taplin, CTO of FluxData, will deliver a paper on "Wide Field-of-View Dual Band Multispectral Muzzle Flash Detection", co-authored by Dr. Joseph Montoya, Army Research Laboratory. The presented paper is an overview of a novel wide field of view CMOS based Hostile Fire Detection System that provides simultaneous multispectral, temporal, and spatial detection of hostile fire and 90 degree FOV with a low Size Weight and Power – Cost (SWaP-C).

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