Also in the news . . .

Dec. 1, 1996
Inframetrics (North Billerica, MA) has completed a buyout of 80% of its equity from former parent Elbit (Haifa, Israel) for cash and debt totaling about $30 million. . . . A Small Business Technology Transfer award from the National Science Foundation will support Molecular OptoElectronics (Watervliet, NY) in development of an electro-optic terahert¥detector for imaging and remote sensing. . . . Diversified Optical Products (Salem, NH) will supply Night Augmented Day Scopes, clip-on night si

Also in the news . . .

Inframetrics (North Billerica, MA) has completed a buyout of 80% of its equity from former parent Elbit (Haifa, Israel) for cash and debt totaling about $30 million. . . . A Small Business Technology Transfer award from the National Science Foundation will support Molecular OptoElectronics (Watervliet, NY) in development of an electro-optic terahert¥detector for imaging and remote sensing. . . . Diversified Optical Products (Salem, NH) will supply Night Augmented Day Scopes, clip-on night sights, for a potential $5 million US Army procurement. . . . The first federal-building installation of photovoltaic window glazing for natural light and energy is now in place at the Presidio (San Francisco, CA) in a skylight designed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (Golden, CO).

Rick DeMeis

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Laser Focus World, create an account today!