IR Specialist Showcasing Five Products
Semi Conductor Devices, the Israel-based supplier of infrared detectors and laser diodes, will showcase five of its key technologies during the 2022 edition of Eurosatory.
In particular, the company is promoting its Crane system – a 5-micron, 5-megapixel IR detector, which the company says is the first device of its capability in its class available in the world. “The Crane enables persistent surveillance from a cost-effective tactical platform or drone, while overcoming the need for multiple UAVs to be deployed, each with its own payload, to cover large areas […] Instead, very high resolution can be achieved with just one highly reliable Crane detector, reducing costs and operational complexity,” the company states.
The other equipment visitors to Eurosatory will have the opportunity to learn about includes the Sparrow and Swift families of medium-wave and short wave infra-red video engines, the Cardinal 1280 HD SWIR detector, and the BBB1280 MWIR family.
“We expect to announce the completion of development of a number of additional cutting-edge solutions later this year. As we continue to grow and expand our business worldwide, we are excited to take this opportunity at Eurosatory to meet with our current and new customers, and look forward to providing solutions to each customer’s specific needs,” commented Dan Slasky, the company’s CEO.