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Army Seeks Sources for Infrared Focal Plane

army stock photoThe Department of the Army is exploring sources of a visible/near infrared time-delay-and-integration focal plane.

The Army Contracting Command issued a request for information on July 3 in search of potential vendors to develop, test and produce small pixel visible/near infrared focal plane arrays.

The government also requested responses to include a white paper on the technology.

The night vision and electronic sensors directorate within the Research, Development and Engineering Command Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center will review the white paper.

The Army is accepting responses to the RFI through Aug. 14.

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