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  • Raptor SWIR camera enabling Interferometric Imaging

    The Magdalena Ridge Observatory Interferometer (MROI) will analyse the fringe patterns obtained from multiple pairs of combined beams to reconstruct an image of the target under observation such as imaging geostationary satellites to enhance space situational awareness. The system uses an Owl 640-II camera for SWIR imaging. You can download the App Note here

  • Raptor has made massive strides in developing “Flight Ready” cameras for space.

    Over the last few years, Raptor camera cores have been chosen for several LEO Cubesat programs by a global range of leading space companies. Our VIS and SWIR cameras are being integrated into imaging and spectroscopy solutions used for earth observation and laser communication platforms for a range of applications including #wildfires, #greenhouse #gasleak identification, […]

  • Raptor offers range of OEM Spectroscopy Solutions

    Raptor now offers a full suite of cameras and detectors suitable for Raman and HSI applications. We offer a choice of CCD and InGaAs sensors in various resolutions and pixel pitches, optimized for specific wavelengths and a choice of cooling. There are custom options available such as interface, mechanical mounts, windows etc as well as […]

  • Raptor’s X-Ray Sensor Replacement Promise

    Working with high-energy lasers it is almost inevitable that sensors occasionally get damaged. We appreciate the time and financial impact of downtime associated with a broken camera. At Raptor we have experienced this pain ourselves. As a result, we offer a sensor damage replacement scheme, where we will replace any laser damaged sensors in our […]

  • New Application Note on Driver Vision Enhancement with SWIR cameras

    Raptor Photonics has published a new application note on how its range of SWIR cameras offer an alternative to thermal cameras for Driver Vision Enhancement improving a driver’s viewing capabilities while operating in degraded visual conditions such as darkness, fog, smoke, or dust, A copy of the note can be found: https://www.raptorphotonics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Driver-Vision-Enhancement-App-Note.pdf