SWIR imaging and space applications

Sep 30, 2019 | News

On 12-13 September 2019, we had the chance to participate in “EPIC Meeting on New Space” at ESA 2019, , Noordwijk, The Netherlands. At this event, our SWIR Sensor Engineer, Simon Ferré, presented NIT’s SWIR imaging latest developments, a focus on space applications.

About EPIC Meeting on New Space 2019 – ESA Noordwijk, The Netherlands

The EPIC Meeting on New Space brought together 92 participants from 74 companies and organizations to cover some of the key priorities for the “New Space” road map. The purpose of the so-called “New Space” trend, is to bring to the Space market mature or established technologies that either compete with or complement existing commercial space services.

Special thanks to EPIC – EUROPEAN PHOTONICS INDUSTRY CONSORTIUM for this precious event.

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