8 October 2010 LOTIS facility initial operational capabilities: flexible user interfaces
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The Large Optical Test and Integration Site (LOTIS) at the Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company in Sunnyvale, CA, has successfully reached Initial Operational Capability (IOC). LOTIS is designed for the verification and testing of optical systems. The facility consists of a large, temperature stabilized vacuum chamber that also functions as a class 10k cleanroom. Within this chamber and atop an advanced vibration-isolation bench are the 6.5 meter diameter LOTIS Collimator and Scene Generator, LOTIS alignment and support equipment. IOC included completion of the entire facility as well as operation of the LOTIS collimator in air. Wavefront properties of the collimator will be described as well as facility vibration isolation properties and turbulence levels within the collimator test chamber. User-specific test capabilities will also be addressed for two major areas of concern.
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Sheldon B. Hutchison, Sheldon B. Hutchison, Raymond M. Bell, Raymond M. Bell, Stephen A. Borota, Stephen A. Borota, Gregor J. Cuzner, Gregor J. Cuzner, Andrew T. Cochrane, Andrew T. Cochrane, } "LOTIS facility initial operational capabilities: flexible user interfaces", Proc. SPIE 7835, Electro-Optical Remote Sensing, Photonic Technologies, and Applications IV, 78350E (8 October 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.866775; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.866775
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