Another U.S. Army SBIR award under Attollo Engineering’s belt.
Attollo Engineering is proud to announce that we have been award a Direct to Phase II U.S Army SBIR Contract. The objective is to develop a shortwave infrared (SWIR) detector capable of asynchronously locating short laser pulses for target marking, with the potential of an order of magnitude low cost than current sensors. This effort would utilize new detector technology, such as Colloidal Quantum Dots (CQD) process on a Read Out Integrated Circuit (ROIC) designed for laser pulse detection, to lower manufacturing cost for SWIR sensors. This lower cost laser sensor would enable integration into platforms that support Soldier Lethality and Next Generation Combat Vehicles (NGCV).
SWIR sensors and laser sensing modules are among Attollo’s core capabilities, and we are ready to deliver on this award, pushing the boundaries of technology to enhance military capabilities.
Want to learn more about this SBIR Award? Click here: U.S. Army SBIR | STTR website.