Indigo Advanced Systems Moves to New Facility

June 24, 2003
Niceville, FL, June 25, 2003. Indigo Advanced Systems (IAS), an engineering group recently acquired by Indigo Systems Corporation has completed its move to Niceville, Florida. The new company division houses eight IAS employees in a 5000 sq. ft. facility in Niceville, Florida. The core hardware and software engineers of this newly formed division have developed innovative infrared camera acquisition, calibration, processing, analysis and archival software for over fifteen years

Niceville, FL, June 25, 2003. Indigo Advanced Systems (IAS), an engineering group recently acquired by Indigo Systems Corporation has completed its move to Niceville, Florida. The new company division houses eight IAS employees in a 5000 sq. ft. facility at 701 Johns Sims Parkway East, Suite 2B in Niceville, Florida. The core hardware and software engineers of this newly formed division have developed innovative infrared camera acquisition, calibration, processing, analysis and archival software for over fifteen years.

This new facility will continue production of the RTools software suite, which was created to specifically address the rigorous requirements of scientists and researchers who need extremely accurate radiometric measurements of dynamic phenomenon in rapidly changing environments.

Indigo Systems' advanced infrared, digital cameras, coupled with the RTools software toolkit has been utilized for several years by various military ranges. Indigo Systems' highest performing, large-format, infrared Phoenix cameras are now available with the RTools software package and come with optional optics.

Brian Cromwell, Indigo Advanced Systems' Director, noted, "The new division in Florida creates an ideal partnership of Indigo's proprietary infrared sensor technology and our radiometric software solutions for Indigo Systems' family of infrared cameras and camera systems." He added, "Indigo Systems is now poised to deliver complete infrared camera and software solutions to commercial, homeland security, government and military arenas."

Indigo Systems Corporation, based in Goleta, CA, is a developer and supplier of advanced infrared cameras and components, covering the entire infrared spectrum including near-, midwave-, and longwave-IR. Since 1996, Indigo has provided IR cameras, software, and enclosure solutions for commercial, industrial, security, military and R&D applications. Indigo Systems is a next-generation IR company, whose unique structure and mix of commercial and defense expertise allows it to deliver military-grade infrared products while driving down costs to enable new, commercial applications of infrared cameras.

For more information, visit www.indigosystems.com .

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