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Sofradir

April 20, 2016

Sofradir’s DAPHNIS 10-micron Pitch HD Format IR Detector Claims Market Superiority

Palaiseau, near Paris, France, April 19, 2016 – Sofradir, the global leader in advanced infrared (IR) detectors for military, space, scientific and commercial applications, today announces that its market competitive Daphnis HD will enter production. The 10-micron pixel pitch high-definition IR detector claims superior performance against recently launched competitive 10µm products. The decision to launch

April 14, 2016

Sofradir Turns 30, Marks Anniversary at SPIE DCS

Palaiseau, near Paris, France, April 14, 2016 – Sofradir, the global leader in advanced infrared (IR) detectors for military, space and commercial applications, today announces it will mark its 30th anniversary as an industrial pioneer of high performance IR components at the international trade event SPIE DCS. This year Sofradir will unveil its extended Daphnis

February 2, 2016

Sofradir Space-Based Hyperspectral Sensing

Sofradir has had an active role in space missions for Earth observation, scientific exploration and weather since 1994. It is the only European infrared (IR) manufacturer to have its detectors deployed in space, with proven performance, robustness and reliability.