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December 8, 2015

UTC Aerospace Systems’ Cloud Cap Technology TASE500 All HD Imaging System Selected by Vulcanair Aircraft for Chilean Navy Search and Rescue Programs

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Dec. 8, 2015—UTC Aerospace Systems will deliver Cloud Cap Technology TASE500 imaging systems to Vulcanair Aircraft in support of maritime search and rescue efforts operated by the Chilean Navy. UTC Aerospace Systems is a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX). The TASE500 imaging system will be installed on Vulcanair's P68 Observer 2 aircraft,

July 15, 2015

UTC Aerospace Systems’ TASE 500 Imaging Systems Selected for the Cirrus Perception Special Missions Platform

CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 15, 2015 — UTC Aerospace Systems is providing Cloud Cap Technology TASE500 and TASE400 imaging system options for the new Cirrus Aircraft™ Perception Special Mission Aircraft. Cirrus Aircraft has selected the TASE imaging systems for its advanced observation aircraft because they provide an all-HD imaging solution giving operators improved situational awareness, an all-digital imaging chain

October 10, 2014

Visual Intelligence Begins Licensing Program for iOne Technology after Earning New Patent

HOUSTON, Oct. 9, 2014—Visual Intelligence has been granted a patent for its imaging technology by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in recognition of the company’s array-based imaging system. To support the adoption of this technology in industries where it has compelling applications, Visual Intelligence has also initiated a licensing program for manufacturers seeking miniaturized imaging technology that