SRI International to Design Night Vision Camera Tech for Army

SRI International to Design Night Vision Camera Tech for Army - top government contractors - best government contracting event

The Systems of Systems Consortium has selected SRI International to design a low-light-level night vision camera prototype for the U.S. Army.

SRI said Monday it aims to integrate a complementary metal oxide semiconductor sensor into a camera designed to address low size, weight and power requirements in support of the service branch's Integrated Visual Augmentation System program.

IVAS seeks to incorporate head, body and weapon technologies into a single technology platform for use by warfighters in training and combat.

"SRI has been steadily advancing the low-light-level performance of night vision CMOS image sensors and we are pleased that the IVAS program will incorporate our fourth generation NV-CMOS imagers," said Colin Earle, associate director for imaging systems at SRI International.

You may also be interested in...

CGI

CGI Granted FedRAMP Authorization for Momentum Enterprise Suite

CGI announced on Friday that its Momentum enterprise suite software as a service (SaaS) has been authorized for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) by the Joint Authorization Board (JAB), enabling the company to work within the cloud at federal agencies. JAB granted CGI the authorization after a six-month certification process.

Keysight

Keysight to Deliver Kits for USAF’s Automatic Test Station

Keysight Technologies has secured a five-year, $39.8 million contract to provide the U.S. Air Force with tools needed to support automatic testing. USAF will gain access to Keysight's test and measurement products for Versatile Diagnostic Automatic Test Station updates and production activities.

USS John C. Stennis

HII to Begin USS John C. Stennis Carrier Modernization Work

Huntington Ingalls Industries is set to commence a four-year project to modernize the USS John C. Stennis nuclear powered aircraft carrier at the company's shipyard in Newport News, Virginia. The CVN 74 supercarrier will be the seventh ship of the U.S. Navy's Nimitz class to undergo a midlife refueling and complex overhaul process, HII said Thursday.