Unmanned vehicles are in the news every week for successful and sometimes catastrophic missions. Multispectral imaging will increase the accuracy of input to the control algorithms of these systems. In addition to the traditional defense applications such as targeting, the ability to view individual narrow wavebands can enhance subtle conditions, making the invisible obvious, and neutralizing the danger before adversaries even know they are exposed.

In addition to essentials such as targeting, our technologies can distinguish other changes in the environment that will indicate the presence or absence of friend or foe by uncovering trace elements left only as residue from past actions.

At a more basic level, it is often simply sufficient to differentiate between artificial materials and their natural surroundings. Even clever camouflage can be discovered using multispectral and polarization imaging techniques.

Working with FluxData we can create custom solutions to help with these challenges and more.

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Customers / Collaborators

  • Air Force Institue of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
    • Australian Dept of Defense
    • Army Research Laboratory
    • CACI
    • DRDC- Defence Research and Development Canada

    Real Time Vegetative Discrimination on Unmanned Ground Vehicle

    • General Dynamics
    • JPL/NASA

    Passive Sensor Evaluation for Unmanned Ground Vehicle Mud Detection

    • Lockheed Martin
    • MITRE
    • Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate
    • Space and Naval Warfare System Command (SPAWAR)
    • Raytheon



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    Hostile Fire Detection System developed by FluxData - Detecting muzzle flashes with multispectral imaging may increase soldier survivability