1 June 2011 Overview of DRS uncooled VOx infrared detector development
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Optical Engineering, 50(6), 061017 (2011). doi:10.1117/1.3593155
Significant progress has been made over the past decade on uncooled focal plane array technologies and production capabilities. The detector pixel dimensions have continually decreased with an increase in pixel performance making large format, high-density array products affordable. In turn, this has resulted in the proliferation of uncooled IR detectors in commercial and military markets. Presently, uncooled detectors are widely used in firefighting, surveillance, industrial process monitoring, machine vision, and medical applications. Within the military arena, uncooled detectors are ubiquitous in Army soldier systems such as weapon sights, driver's viewers, and helmet-mounted sights. Uncooled detectors are also employed in airborne and ground surveillance sensors including unmanned aerial vehicles and robot vehicles.
Chuan C. Li, Chien-Jih Han, George D. Skidmore, "Overview of DRS uncooled VOx infrared detector development," Optical Engineering 50(6), 061017 (1 June 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3593155

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