Navy orders real-time shipboard optoelectronic imagers from FLIR Systems

CRANE, Ind., 21 Sept. 2005. U.S. Navy officials need real-time imagery equipment for use aboard surface warships. They found their solution from FLIR Systems Inc. in Portland, Ore.

CRANE, Ind., 21 Sept. 2005. U.S. Navy officials need real-time imagery equipment for use aboard surface warships. They found their solution from FLIR Systems Inc. in Portland, Ore.

FLIR is providing a forward-looking infrared system that provides real-time imagery to provide surface vessels with threat acquisition, identification, tracking, and engagement capability.

The company is doing the work under terms of a $34.1 million contract awarded Sept. 20 from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, Crane, Ind. The contract number is N00164-05-D-8534.

FLIR engineers will do the work in Portland, Ore.,, and will be finished by September 2010. For more information contact FLIR Systems online at www.flir.com.

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