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Uncooled infrared sensors for surveillance and law enforcement applications
Author(s): Todd W. Parker; Charles A. Marshall; Margaret Kohin; Robert Murphy
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Paper Abstract

Uncooled infrared imaging technology provides a new, affordable, high performance tool for both conventional and emerging applications in the surveillance and law enforcement markets. This technology offers users significant advantages, including high reliability, low power consumption, excellent image clarity, and good performance in adverse environments. This paper briefly discusses the various technologies used for night imaging, the advantages that infrared systems offer law enforcement and surveillance applications, how uncooled infrared systems fit into this market, and the status of uncooled microbolometer systems at Lockheed Martin.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 February 1997
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 2935, Surveillance and Assessment Technologies for Law Enforcement, (14 February 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.266799
Show Author Affiliations
Todd W. Parker, Lockheed Martin IR Imaging Systems (United States)
Charles A. Marshall, Lockheed Martin IR Imaging Systems (United States)
Margaret Kohin, Lockheed Martin IR Imaging Systems (United States)
Robert Murphy, Lockheed Martin IR Imaging Systems (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2935:
Surveillance and Assessment Technologies for Law Enforcement
A. Trent DePersia; Suzan Yeager; Steve M. Ortiz, Editor(s)

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