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The infrared spectrum includes Midwave Infrared (MWIR) and Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) ranges, each with unique applications in fields like military, surveillance, industry, and research. Comparing their capabilities helps us understand their strengths.
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Attollo’s new Griffin VGA5-R™ is a VGA format (640x512), cryocooled camera core featuring the industry’s smallest MWIR VGA sensor made to enable the most compact infrared imaging systems.
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A soldier carries anywhere from 40 to 140 pounds or more depending on their mission. These essential items add up on the scale and reduces the warfighter’s mobility. Attollo Engineering is able to provide the warfighter with infrared technology that has low size, weight, and power (SWaP) to provide the tools necessary to have a successful mission without physically burdening the warfighter.