6 October 1987 Internal Stabilization Mirror With Novel Gimbal Set For Falcon Eye FLIR
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The Infrared Imaging Stabilizer (IRIS) subsystem completing development at the Singer Company Kearfott Division (SKD) uses off-the-shelf SKD components within a state-of-the-art mechanization to provide off-boresight, stabilized, infrared imagery in various military environments.
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Lyale Marr, Lyale Marr, Steve Sagan, Steve Sagan, Charlie Fuchs, Charlie Fuchs, "Internal Stabilization Mirror With Novel Gimbal Set For Falcon Eye FLIR", Proc. SPIE 0779, Electromechanical System Interaction with Optical Design, (6 October 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.940483; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.940483
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