Mid Infrared (IR) Sensors Market Size, Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Nanotechnology, 2012 to 2018

Mid Infrared (IR) sensors markets at $509 million market worldwide in 2011 is anticipated to increase tenfold to $5 billion by 2018. This strong growth is anticipated to come as units are less expensive and more effective in the same amount of space. Wireless sensor networks are useful almost everywhere, creating the opportunity to implement controls and mange every aspect of human activity in ways that have not even been imagined hitherto.

A new study on Mid Infrared (IR) Sensors Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, Nanotechnology 2012-2018. Products power sensor networks that are the base for smarter computing and for all manner of military and commercial management of devices.

Intelligent decision making depends on automated process and information gathered from sensors. The 2011 study has 717 pages, 136 tables and figures. Mid Infrared (IR) Sensors are evolving in the context of the development of solid state technology that provides vast improvements. Improvements in energy density are one of the benefits of energy harvesting give to traditional rechargeable and solid state batteries and sensors become much more useful in this context. The ability to locate self-sufficient sensors out in the field without replacing batteries is a significant market development. Lower cost and size of the mid IR sensors is another market aspect.

Mid-infrared (MIR) optical chemical sensor technology in the spectral range of 3-12m is gaining importance in process monitoring, environmental analysis, security/surveillance applications, and the biomedical field. Design approaches for digitally dominated active pixel sensors: leveraging Moore’s Law scaling in focal plane readout design. CMOS technology scaling has provided tremendous power and circuit density benefits for innumerable applications, focal plane array (FPA) readouts have largely been left behind.

Design and modeling of nanophotonic beam structures as optical NEMS sensors. Silicon photonic crystal (PhC) waveguide based resonator is designed by introducing a micro-cavity within the line defect. Silicon photonic crystals form the resonant band gap structure for PhC.

Mid IR sensors can measure chemical composition of materials and gas in a manner that is unmatched by any other technology, for a cost that is increasingly more competitive. Mid IR is being readied for use beyond military applications to commercial systems, including wireless network systems.

Advances in QC laser technology and spectrometer hardware are combined with spectroscopic techniques. Intra pulse spectroscopy and similar techniques provide a major step change in sensitivity, speed of operation, fingerprinting capability, size and cost. They offer a major improvement on methods of gas detection.

Recent advances in spectrometer hardware relate to QC gas sensors which exploit recent technological advances including miniaturized integrated electronic systems, plug and play interfaces and micro optics. These will progressively replace the unwieldy, fragile and expensive instrumentation of the past.

The lasing wavelength for QCL’s is determined by the choice of semiconductor material as with conventional lasers. By adjusting the physical thickness of the semiconductor layers new functionality is achieved. This removes the material barriers associated with conventional semiconductor laser technology. It opens the possibility of near-infrared through to THz spectral coverage.

An infrared spectroscopic laser source has no need for cryogenic cooling, provides high output powers, has large spectral coverage, provides excellent spectral quality, and has good tuneability.

The removal of the noise floor, without the need of complex fringe removal techniques or expensive optical isolators, enables the laboratory performance of this technology to be transferred to real world applications.
Mid-infrared (IR) laser sensors are able to measure change in device condition, chemistry, or temperature. The ability to measure change remotely, at an affordable price, is part of the emerging smarter planet initiative based on smart sensors. The coincident elaboration of the Internet availability leverages wireless devices. Worldwide demand is creating needs for remote connectivity to sensing devices.

Infrared is a portion of the electro-magnetic spectrum that is not visible by the human eye because its wavelength is too long. Unlike visible light, infrared radiation (or heat) is emitted directly by all objects above absolute zero in temperature. The mid IR spectrum goes from 3-12 m.

Homeland security, military communications, infrared countermeasures, chemical warfare agent detection, explosives detection, medical diagnostics, industrial process controls, remote gas leak detection, pollution monitoring, and real-time combustion controls are uses for the mid IR sensors. Military applications account for a significant portion of mid IR sensor markets in the first three quarters of 2011. The remaining part of revenue came from CO2 building sensors and units for a number of different markets. Markets are anticipated to grow as costs decrease from $5000 per unit to $200 and even to $1 or less per unit for some new technology.

Prices will decline on average. The decrease in size of units from bench size devices to portable units makes them more useful across the board in every industry.

Mid Infrared (IR) sensors markets at $509 million market worldwide in 2011 is anticipated to increase tenfold to $5 billion by 2018. This strong growth is anticipated to come as units are less expensive and more effective in the same amount of space. Wireless sensor networks are useful almost everywhere, creating the opportunity to implement controls and mange every aspect of human activity in ways that have not even been imagined hitherto.

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Table of Content

Mid IR Sensors Executive Summary

Mid-Infrared (IR) Laser Sensor Systems

Mid-Infrared (IR) Laser Sensors Are Able To

Measure Change In Device Condition, Chemistry,

Or Temperature

Turnkey Mid-Infrared Laser Sensor Systems Are

Based On Technology That Goes From 3-12 m

Mid IR Sensor Market Driving Forces

Mid IR Sensor Market Shares

Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Description and Market Dynamics

  1. Mid IR Sensor Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1Infrared Spectroscopy

1.1.1 FTIR Spectroscopy Used To Establish

Purity Of Chemical Compounds

1.1.2 Applications of Infrared Sensing Thermopiles

1.1.3 Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

1.1.4 Residential Control Systems

1.1.5 White Goods (Home Appliances)

1.1.6 Medical and Health

1.1.7 Industrial Process Control

1.1.8 Security and Surveillance

1.1.9 Mid-Infrared Sensor Applications Discussion

1.1.10IBM Integrated Product Change Management

1.2Mid IR Sensors

1.2.1 Positioned To Provide Wavelength Tunability

And High Optical Power

1.2.2 ECqcL Expressed As A QC Semiconductor Chip

1.2.3 Advances Of Mid-Infrared Based Trace Gas Sensor

1.3Semiconductor Diode Lasers Operating At

Midwave-Infrared (Mid-IR) Wavelengths

1.4Infrared Semiconductor Lasers

1.4.1 Test Applications For Mid IR Sensors

1.5Smart Sensors Replace Expensive Building Control Systems

1.5.1 Building Control Standardization

1.6Biomedical And Chemical Mid-IR Spr Based Sensor

1.6.1 Development Of Mid-Infrared Surface Plasmon

1.6.2 Sensors Utilizing Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR)

1.7Miniaturized Mid-Infrared Sensor Technologies Trends

1.7.1 Mid IR Waveguides

1.7.2 Miniaturized IR Gas Sensors

1.8Emerging New Fields of Mid IR Sensor

Application And Outlook

1.9Sol-Gel-Coated Mid-Infrared Fiber-Optic Sensors

1.10Magnetic Nanoparticle Mid-Infrared Pathogen

Sensor for Food Matrixes

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Shares and Market Forecasts

  1. Mid IR Sensors Market Shares and Market Forecasts

2.1Mid-Infrared (IR) Laser Sensor Systems

2.1.1 Mid-Infrared (IR) Laser Sensors Are Able To Measure Change In Device Condition, Chemistry, Or Temperature

2.1.2 Turnkey Mid-Infrared Laser Sensor Systems Are Based On Technology That Goes From 3-12 m

2.1.3 Mid IR Sensor Market Driving Forces

2.2Mid IR Sensor Market Shares

2.2.1 FLIR Systems Multi-Sensor Mission Equipment

2.2.2 FLIR Mid IR Sensors

2.2.3 FLIR Building Inspection

2.2.4 FLIR Infrared Detector Design Manufacturing

2.2.5 FLIR Sensing Materials

2.2.6 SenseAir

2.2.7 SenseAir Carbon Dioxide Sensors

2.2.8 Senseair Test & Measurement Carbon Dioxide Sensors

2.2.9 SenseAir(Non-dispersive Infra-Red) Technology

2.2.10Structured Materials Industries

2.2.11Daylight Solutions FTIR Spectroscopy

2.2.12Daylight Solutions Broadly Tunable,

Room-Temperature, Mid-IR Laser

2.2.13Sofradir

2.2.14Sofradir

2.2.15Sofradir

2.2.16JonDeTech

2.2.17Maxion Technologies

2.2.18Thermo Fischer Scientific / NovaWave Technologies

2.2.19Thermo Fischer Scientific / NovaWave

2.2.20Power Technology Quantum-Cascade Mid IR Lasers

2.2.21Agiltron

2.2.22Aerocrine

2.2.23Bosch

2.2.24Block Engineering

2.2.25II-VI Incorporated (NASDAQ: IIVI)

2.2.26MIRTHE Center

2.2.27Infrared Fiber Systems Infrared Transmitting

Fibers Medical Market

2.2.28M Squared Next-Generation Bio-Medical Lasers Firefly-IR

2.2.29Raytheon and Lockheed Market For Mid-Infrared Lasers

2.2.30Market Consolidatioon of Mid IR Sensor Companies

2.3Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Military / Airline / Space / Defense Mid Infrared (IR)

Sensors Market Forecasts

2.3.2 Smart Building Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Markets

2.3.3 FLIR Building Inspection

2.3.4 Mid IR sensors Smart Grid and

Smart Building Market Forecasts

2.3.5 Sensors and Automation

2.3.6 Applications and Benefits

2.3.7 MID IR Sensor Analysis

2.3.8 Military Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts

2.3.9 Homeland Security Mid IR Sensors

2.3.10Law Enforcement Mid IR Sensor Market Forecasts,

2.3.11Smart Electrical Grid Moves to Electronics and

Sensors from Purely Mechanical Infrastructure

2.3.12Carbon Dioxide Gas Sensing

2.3.13Smart Grid Networking

2.3.14Healthcare Mid IR Sensor Breath Analysis Market Forecasts

2.3.15Mid Infrared IR Sensor Technologies Basis For IR Sensing

2.3.16Nanoparticles The Base For Mid IR Sensor Evolution

2.3.17Miniaturization Significant For The

Development Of Mid IR Applications

2.4Mid IR Sensor Market Opportunity Overview

2.4.1 Molecular Responses Across the MIR Spectrum

2.4.2 Technology Options Available in Mid IR

2.4.3 Diagrams To Illustrate The Technologies

2.4.4 Comparison of Technology Options

2.4.5 Products, In Which MIR Sensors Are Actually Deployed

2.4.6 Market Trends & Key Companies

2.4.7 Key Applications/Products Used By The Military

2.4.8 Potential Technologies and Applications of MIR Sensors

2.4.9 Key Developments Are Required To Make The

Potential Applications Into Real Markets

2.4.10Market Segment Analysis

2.4.11Characteristics Required

2.4.12Building a Robust Data Sensor Network Integration Layer

2.5Smarter Planet Market Shares and Forecasts

2.5.1 IBM Imperatives For A Smarter Planet

2.5.2 IBM Positions To Support Sensor Networks

2.5.3 IBM Jazz.net

2.5.4 Smarter Planet Market Forecasts

2.5.5 Smarter Planet Software Market Industry Segment Forecasts

2.5.6 Smarter Planet Market Segment Forecasts

2.5.7 Link Between SOA and MIR sensors

2.5.8 SOA Used to Connect Mid IR Sensor

Information to Analytical Software

2.5.9 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Market Driving Forces

2.5.1 Advantages Offered By SOA

2.5.2 Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market Shares

2.5.3 IBM SOA Dominates the Industry

2.5.4 Building a Robust Data Sensor Network Integration Layer

2.5.5 SOA Network Sensor Market Segment

2.5.6 Mid IR Sensor Enabled Device Market Driving Forces

2.5.7 SOA Market Shares

2.6Mid IR Sensor Sample Prices

2.6.1 SenseAir® NDIR (Non-dispersive Infra-Red) Technology

2.6.2 MIRTHE Prototype QC Laser Based Sensors

2.6.3 JonDeTech

2.6.4 Aerocrine

2.7Mid IR Sensor Regional Shipments

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Product Description

  1. Mid IR Sensors Product Description

3.1FLIR

3.1.1 FLIR Building Inspection

3.1.2 FLIR Gas Detection

3.1.3 FLIR Emerging Markets

3.1.4 FLIR Technology

3.1.5 FLIR System Design and Integration

3.1.6 FLIR Sensing Materials

3.1.7 FLIR Lasers and Laser Components

3.1.8 FLIR Tactical Platforms

3.1.9 FLIR Tau Outputs NTSC Video

3.1.10FLIR Mid IR Sensors

3.1.11FLIR Government Systems Airborne MEP

3.1.12FLIR Government Systems Airborne – Talon

3.1.13FLIR Government Systems Unmanned –

Star SAFIRE QWIP

3.1.14FLIR Government Systems Unmanned –

Star SAFIRE III

3.1.15FLIR Government Systems Unmanned TacFLIR II

3.1.16FLIR Government Systems – Products –

Maritime – Star SAFIRE III

3.1.17FLIR Government Systems – Products –

Maritime – SeaFLIR II

3.1.18FLIR Government Systems – Products –

Land – RWSS

3.1.19FLIR Government Systems – Products –

Land – WideEye II

3.1.20FLIR Government Systems Force Protection

3.1.21FLIR EO/IR

3.2Daylight Solutions

3.2.1 Daylight Solutions Lasers For Gas Sensing Instrumentation

3.2.2 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors

3.2.3 Daylight Solutions Thermal Laser Pointers

3.2.4 Daylight Solutions Tunable Laser

3.2.5 Daylight Solutions Broadly Tunable,

Room-Temperature, Mid-IR Laser

3.2.6 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR

3.2.7 Daylight Solutions Fixed Wavelength Pulsed and CW

Mid-Infrared Lasers

3.2.8 Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors

3.2.9 Daylight Solutions Room-Temperature, Low-Noise

Amplified MCT Detector Core Technology

3.2.10Daylight Solutions Digital Object Identifier

3.2.11Power Technology Applications

3.2.12Daylight Solutions Power Technology Sensors

Integrated With Wireless Capability

3.2.13Daylight Solutions Power Technology ECqcL

Used For Illumination Applications

3.3SenseAir

3.3.1 Senseair Carbon Dioxide

3.3.2 Senseair Test & Measurement Carbon Dioxide Sensors

3.3.3 Senseair Temperature Proportional To Carbon Dioxide Level

3.3.4 SenseAir Collaborates With Ventilation Systems Suppliers

3.3.5 SenseAir Measurement Platform Has Intelligence

3.3.6 SenseAir Carbon Dioxide Sensors

3.3.7 SenseAir has Collaborated With Autoliv

Development and Hök Instrument in Developing The

Next Generation Of Driver Alcohol Detection Systems

3.4Sensor Switch Occupancy Sensor Products

3.4.1 Sensor Switch Technology Engineering Driven Company

3.4.2 Sensor Switch Passive Infrared

3.5Structured Materials Industries

3.5.1 Structured Materials Industries SpinCVDJ

Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition

3.6Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser Products

3.6.1 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL)

LaserScan™

3.6.2 Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL)

LaserScope™

3.7Sofradir

3.7.1 Sofradir EPSILON MW

3.7.2 Sofradir ROIC Modes:

3.8Ekips Technologies

3.8.1 Ekips Technologies Breathmeter

3.8.2 Ekips Technologies Lasers

3.8.3 Ekips Technologies Laser Spectrometers

3.8.4 Ekips Technologies Mid-Infrared Lasers

3.8.5 Ekips Technologies Challenge In Quantifying

Chemical Molecules

3.9JonDeTech AB

3.9.1 JonDeTech AB Applications of Infrared

Sensing Thermopiles

3.9.2 JonDeTech AB Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

3.9.3 JonDeTech Thermopile Products

3.9.4 JonDeTech Surface Mount Plastic Thermopiles

3.9.5 JonDeTech Thermopiles

3.9.6 JonDeTech Horizontal Thermocouple

3.9.7 JonDeTech Advantage Of Nanotechnology

Vertical Thermocouple

3.10Micropelt Energy Harvesting:

3.10.1Micropelt Two Micro Thermogenerators In Series

3.10.2Micropelt Thermoharvester

3.11EnOcean

3.11.1EnOcean ECT 310 – Thermo Energy Harvesting

3.11.2EnOcean Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Solutions

3.12Agiltron

3.12.1Agiltron Infrared Detector Products

3.12.2Agiltron Lead Sulfide Infrared Detector Array

3.12.3Agiltron Lead Selenide Infrared Detectors

3.12.4Agiltron Lead Selenide Infrared (Pbse) Detector Array

3.13Mirthe Mid IR Sensor Breath Analyzers

3.13.1Mirthe Engineered Systems for Mid-IR

Laser Absorption Spectroscopy

3.13.2Mirthe Strategic 3-Level Framework

3.14Cascade Technologies

3.14.1Cascade TechnologiesCT2100 –

OnStack Multigas Analyser

3.14.2Cascade TechnologiesCT3400 –

Extractive Multigas Analyser

3.14.3Cascade TechnologiesRevolutionary Technology

3.14.4Cascade Technology Implementation

3.15Physical Sciences / Maxion

3.15.1Maxion Technologies Infrared Semiconductor Lasers

3.15.2Maxion Technologies Turn-Key Mid-IR Laser Systems

3.15.3Maxion Technologies Turn-Key Mid-IR Laser

Quantum Cascade (QC) and Interband Cascade (IC) Sensors

3.15.4Maxion Distributed Feedback (DFB) Single-Mode

and Fabry-Perot (FP) Multi-Mode Lasers

3.15.5Maxion C-Mount and NS-Mount Lasers

3.16VIASPACE Ionfinity

3.16.1VIASPACE Ionfinity Soft Ionization Membrane

3.17Power Technology Quantum-Cascade Lasers

3.17.1Power Technology Quantum-Cascade

Lasers Blue, Violet, & UV Diode Lasers

3.17.2Power Technology Infrared Viewing Devices

3.17.3Power Technology Laser Modules for OEM

3.18M Squared Next-Generation Bio-Medical Lasers

3.18.1M Squared Lasers Firefly-IR

3.18.2M Squared Lasers Firefly-THz

3.18.3M Squared Firefly-THz: Compact, Widely Tunable,

Pulsed Terahertz Laser Source

3.18.4M Squared Lasers Product Families

3.18.5M Squared ICE-BLOC® Photonic Controllers

3.18.6M Squared Laser Systems

3.18.7M Squared Dependable Innovation

3.18.8M Squared SolsTiS™: Ultracompact, Widely

Tunable, Narrow Linewidth CW Ti:Sapphire Laser

3.19Thermo Fischer Scientific / NovaWave Technologies

3.19.1NASA Applications For Compact UV Laser-

Based Sensor Instrument

3.19.2Novawave Technology Mid-Infrared

Laser Source Real-time, Multispecies Greenhouse Gas Sensor

3.19.3Novawave Technology Canary in a Beam Line

3.19.4Novawave Technology Quasi-Phase-Matched

DFG Lasers for Sensing

3.20GE Sensors

3.20.1GE Wireless Sensor Networks

3.20.2GE Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks

3.21PNNL Electronics and Systems Integration

3.22Hamamatsu

3.22.1Hamamatsu Infrared Detector

3.22.2Hamamatsu QCL for Continuous Wave

Operation At Room Temperature

3.22.3Hamamatsu Laser

3.23AdTech Optics

3.24Opto Solutions

3.24.1Opto Solutions-IR Photonics

3.25Sentinel Photonics

3.26ILX Lightwave

3.27Aerocrine

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Technology

  1. Mid IR Sensor Technology

4.1Infrared Technology Overview

4.1.1 Daylight Solutions Core Technology

4.2Mid-infrared (mid-IR) Laser Spectroscopy

4.2.1 Application of Infrared Lasers to

Nanosecond Time-Resolved Condensed-Phase Samples

4.3Remote Detection Of Mines

4.4Thermopiles

4.4.1 JonDeTech: Vertical VS. Horizontal

Thermopile Lead Configuration

4.5Nanoparticle Dispersions

4.5.1 Aqueous Dispersions

4.5.2 JonDeTechs Thermopiles Based On Nanotechnology

4.5.3 Nanotechnolgy Particle Size In The Range Of 1-100

Nanometers

4.5.4 Nanoparticles

4.5.5 Silicon In A Battery Swells As It Absorbs Lithium Atoms

4.5.6 Different Shapes Of The Same Material Create

Different Characteristics

4.5.7 Optical Properties Integrated Into New Mid IR

Sensor Technology

4.6Mid IR Laser Laser Emits A Narrow Range Of Wavelengths

4.6.1 Interband Cascade Laser (ICL) Based Spectroscopic

Trace-Gas Sensor Provides For Simultaneous Detection Of

Two Atmospheric Trace Gases

4.6.2 Narrow Band Gap Semiconductor Laser Diodes

4.7IBM Microscope 100 Million Times Finer

Resolution Than Current MRI

4.7.1 IBM Research

4.7.2 Technological Trends in Microscopy

4.8Battery Technology for Mid IR Sensors

4.8.1 Battery Chemistries Technology

4.9Breath Analyzers Detect Disease

4.10Improving Biomaterials For Medical Implant Applications

4.10.1Bioactive Materials

4.10.2Forming A Chemical Bond With Bone

4.10.3Bioactivity Increased Through Surface Modification

4.10.4Biofilms Multilayered Colonies Of Bacteria

4.10.5Biofilm Formation

4.10.6Biofilms As A Major Contributor To Chronic Wounds

4.10.7Acute or Chronic Infection in Some Biomaterial Applications

4.10.8Biomaterials Research

4.11QC Technology

4.11.1Components of an ECqcL

4.12Schematic of Mid-Infrared Trace Gas Sensor

4.13Mid-IR Sensors Standards

4.14Driving Forces For Building Automation

4.15Near IR Night Vision Sensors

4.15.1Sensor Based Threat Detection

4.16Mid-IR Non-Invasive Medical Systems

4.17University of Oklahoma High-Tech Breath Test

4.17.1Nanotechnology Improves Laser Performance

4.17.2Nanotechnology Breath Analyzer For Kidney Failure

4.18Physical Vapor Nanoparticle Synthesis

4.18.1Nanophase Vapor Development Process

4.18.2Nanoparticle Coatings – Discrete Particle Encapsulation

4.18.3Nanoparticle Vapor Organic Dispersions

4.19MIRTHE Roadmap

4.19.1Near IR Laser Sensors:

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Company Profiles

  1. Mid Infrared (IR) Sensors Company Profiles

5.1AdTechoptics

5.2Aerocrine

5.3Alpes Lasers / ALTechnologies

5.3.1 Laser diodes

5.4Block Engineering

5.4.1 Block Positioned To Expand Its Commercial Markets

5.4.2 Block Engineering Contracts

5.4.3 Block Engineering LaserScan™ Analyzer

5.4.4 Block Engineering: Developer Of High Performance

QCL and FT-IR Spectrometers

5.4.5 Block MEMS Receives $4.5 Million Development

Contract for MEMS Gas Sensor

5.5Bosch

5.5.1 Bosch Building Automation

5.5.2 Bosch Carbon Dioxide Ventilation IR Sensors

5.5.3 Bosch Motion Detectors

5.5.4 Bosch Smart Sensors Simplify

5.6Cymbet

5.6.1 Cymbet Team:

5.6.2 Cymbet Investors:

5.6.3 Cymbet Partners, Sales and Distribution:

5.6.4 Cymbet Manufacturing:

5.6.5 Cymbet to Open World’s Highest Volume

Solid-State Battery Manufacturing Facility

5.6.6 Cymbet Partnering with X-FAB

5.6.7 Cymbet / X-FAB, Inc.

5.6.8 Cymbet Expanding in Minnesota

5.6.9 Cymbet / LEDA

5.6.10Distribution Agreement EnerChip™

Eco-friendly Solid State Batteries

5.6.11Cymbet EVAL-09 Utilizes Harnessing Ambient Energy

5.6.12Cymbet Secures $31 Million in Private Financing

5.7Daylight Solutions

5.7.1 $15Million Equity for Daylight Includes

Northrop Grumman Funds

5.7.2 Daylight Solutions Manufacturing Expansion

5.7.3 Daylight Solutions Collaborations

5.8Digi International

5.8.1 Digi International Revenue

5.8.2 Digi International Business Highlights:

5.9Directed Vapor Technology

5.9.1 Directed Vapor Deposition Next Generation

Coating Technology

5.10Dust Networks

5.10.1Dust Networks Self-Powered IPV6 Wireless

Sensor Network

5.11EnOcean GmbH

5.11.1EnOcean Technology

5.12Ekips Technologies

5.13Elliot Scientific

5.14Finmeccanica

5.14.1Finmeccanica/SELEX Galileo

5.14.2SELEX Galileo Inc.

5.14.3SELEX Galileo Technologies

5.15Ferro Solutions

5.15.1Ferro Solutions

5.16Flexible Electronics Concepts

5.17FLIR

5.17.1FLIR Training

5.17.2FLIR Sales and Distribution

5.17.3FLIR Sensor Systems

5.17.4FLIR Systems Thermography Products

5.17.5FLIR Systems Infrared Technology

5.17.6FLIR Systems

5.17.7FLIR Systems

5.17.8FLIR Systems Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results

5.17.9FLIR Systems

5.17.10 FLIR Systems, INC. Revenue

5.17.11 FLIR Systems Segment Operating Results

5.17.12 FLIR Systems Thermal Vision and Measurement

5.17.13 FLIR Systems Raymarine

5.17.14 FLIR Systems Surveillance

5.17.15 FLIR Systems Detection Revenue

5.17.16 FLIR Systems Integrated Systems Revenue

5.17.17 FLIR Systems Competitive Strengths

5.17.18 FLIR Systems Commercial Operating Model

5.17.19 FLIR Systems Vertically Integrated Manufacturing

5.17.20 FLIR Systems Industry-Leading Market Position

5.17.21 FLIR Systems Broad Product Line

5.17.22 FLIR Systems Internally-Funded Innovation

5.17.23 FLIR Systems Diverse Customer Base

5.17.24 FLIR Systems Global Distribution Capabilities

5.17.25 FLIR Systems Growth Strategies

5.17.26 FLIR Systems Continually Reduces Costs

5.17.27 FLIR Systems Expands Global Reach

5.17.28 FLIR Systems Builds Application Awareness and Brand

5.17.29 FLIR Systems Complement Core

Competencies with Strategic Acquisitions

5.17.30 FLIR Acquires Aerius Photonics, LLC

5.17.31 FLIR Radiometry

5.17.32 FLIR Predictive Maintenance

5.17.33 FLIR Research & Development Applications

5.17.34 FLIR Manufacturing Process Control

5.17.35 FLIR Mechanical Engineering

5.17.36 FLIR Infrared Detector Design Manufacturing

5.17.37 FLIR Integrated Circuits and Electronic Design

5.17.38 FLIR Software Development

5.17.39 FLIR Motion Control Systems

5.17.40 FLIR Optical Design, Fabrication and Coating

5.17.41 FLIR Micro-Coolers

5.18GE Sensors

5.18.1GE Wireless Sensor Networks

5.18.2GE Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks

5.19Hamamatsu

5.19.1Hamamatsu Electron Tube Division

5.19.2Hamamatsu Solid State Division

5.19.3Hamamatsu Systems Division

5.19.4Hamamatsu Laser Group

5.19.5Hamamatsu Optical Communication Group

5.19.6Hamamatsu Central Research Laboratory

5.19.7Hamamatsu Tsukuba Research Laboratory

5.19.8Hamamatsu Sports Photonics Laboratory

5.19.9Hamamatsu PET Center

5.19.10 Hamamatsu Revenue

5.20II-VI incorporated / Marlow Industries

5.20.1II-VI Incorporated (NASDAQ: IIVI)

5.20.2II-VI Revenue

5.20.3II-VI / Aegis Lightwave

5.20.4II-VI Incorporated / Marlow Infrared And

Near-Infrared Laser Optical Elements

5.20.5II-VI incorporated / Marlow Production Operations

5.20.6II-VI incorporated / Marlow Primary Products

5.20.7II-VI incorporated / Marlow Markets

5.20.8II-VI Infrared Optics Market

5.20.9II-VI One-Micron Laser Market.

5.20.10 II-VI Near-Infrared Optics Market.

5.20.11 II-VI Thermoelectric Market

5.21ILX Lightwave

5.21.1ILX Lightwave Product Innovation

5.22IPG Photonics

5.22.1IPG Photonics Revenue

5.23Johnson Controls Sensor Products

5.23.1Johnson Controls Valve Products

5.24JonDeTech

5.25Kidde Products Limited / Airsense Technology

5.26Lockheed-Martin

5.26.1Lockheed Martin Corp

5.26.2Lockheed Martin Customer Base:

5.26.3Lockheed Martin Organization:

5.26.4Lockheed Martin Financial Performance:

5.26.5Lockheed Martin Receives $260 Million

M-TADS/PNVS Production Contract

5.26.6Lockheed Martin F-35 Electro-Optical Targeting System

5.26.7Lockheed Martin

5.26.8Lockheed Martin Defense Department Positioning

5.26.9US Navy awards Lockheed Martin contract to

Pioneer Technology To Efficiently Manage Groups Of

Unmanned Vehicles

5.27M Squared

5.27.1M Squared Next-Generation Bio-Medical Lasers

5.27.2M Squared Lasers Firefly-IR

5.27.3M Squared Lasers Firefly-THz

5.27.4M Squared Firefly-THz: Compact,

Widely Tunable, Pulsed Terahertz Laser Source

5.27.5M Squared Lasers Product Families

5.27.6M Squared ICE-BLOC® Photonic Controllers

5.27.7M Squared Laser Systems

5.27.8M Squared Dependable Innovation

5.27.9M Squared SolsTiS™: Ultracompact, Widely Tunable, Narrow Linewidth CW Ti:Sapphire Laser

5.28MIRTHE (Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment) National Science Foundation

Engineering Research Center

5.29Mirthe Mid IR Sensor Breath Analyzers

5.29.1Mirthe Engineered Systems for Mid-IR Laser

Absorption Spectroscopy

5.29.2Mirthe Strategic 5-Level Framework

5.30Nanophase Technologies

5.30.1Nanomaterials Technology Energy

5.30.2Nanomaterials Technology Aluminum Oxide

5.30.3Nanomaterials Technology

5.30.4Nanomaterials Technology Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results

5.31Opto Solutions

5.32Physical Sciences Inc. / Maxion Technologies

5.32.1Maxion Technologies

5.32.2Maxion and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County

5.33PNNL Electronics and Systems Integration

5.34Power Technology

5.35Raytheon

5.35.1Raytheon Innovation

5.35.2Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS)

5.35.3Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems (IIS)

5.35.4Raytheon Network Centric Systems (NCS)

5.35.5Raytheon Technical Services Company (RTSC)

5.35.6Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS)

5.35.7Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (SAS)

5.36SenseAir

5.37Sensor Switch

5.38Sentinel Photonics

5.39Sofradir

5.39.1Sofradir: Leader in cooled and uncooled IR detectors

5.39.2Sofradir Subsidiary ULIS SAS

5.39.3Sofradir / Electrophysics

5.39.4Sofradir Infrared Company

5.39.5Sofradir awarded multi-million Euro MUSIS/CSO

Infrared contract

5.40Structured Materials Industries

5.40.1Structured Materials SMI Products

5.40.2Structured Materials SMI Customer Advantage

5.41Thermo Fischer Scientific / NovaWave Technologies

5.41.1Thermo Fisher Scientific Revenue

5.41.2Thermo Fisher Scientific Acquired Laser-Based Gas Detection Company NovaWave Technologies

5.41.3NovaWave Selected for CPP Participation

5.41.4Thermo Fischer Scientific / NovaWave Technologies

5.42VIASPACE / Ionfinity

5.42.1VIASPACE / Ionfinity Product Focus

5.42.2VIASPACE / Ionfinity Next-Generation Chemical Analysis

Tables and Figures

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Executive Summary

Table ES-1

Mid IR Sensor Market Driving Forces

Table ES-2

Technologies Impacting Mid IR Sensor Market

Figure ES-3

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Shares, Dollars,

First Three Quarters 2011

Figure ES-4

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Shipments, Market

Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Description and Market Dynamics

Table 1-1

IBM Integrated Product Change Management

Market Driving Forces

Figure 1-2

IBM Definition of Smarter Computing

Figure 1-3

Interband-Cascade (IC) Lasers

Table 1-4

Commercialization Of Mid And Long-Wavelength

(3-12 Microns) Infrared Semiconductor Lasers

Table 1-4(Continued)

Commercialization Of Mid And Long-Wavelength

(3-12 Microns) Infrared Semiconductor Lasers

Table 1-5

Mid IR Sensing Systems Components

Table 1-6

Applications For Mid IR Sensing

Table 1-7

Mid-Infrared Fiber-Optic Sensor Characteristics

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Shares and Market Forecasts

Table 2-1

Mid IR Sensor Market Driving Forces

Table 2-2

Technologies Impacting Mid IR Sensor Market

Figure 2-3

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Shares, Dollars,

First Three Quarters 2011

Figure 2-4

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide,

First Three Quarters 2011

Figure 2-5

Senseair NDIR (Non-dispersive Infra-Red) technology

Table 2-6

Key Features Of The JonDeTech Thermopile

Table 2-7

JonDeTech Thermopile Sensor Flexibility

Table 2-8

JonDeTech Thermopile Sensor Characteristics

Figure 2-9

Surface Mount Plastic Thermopile Layers

Figure 2-10

Surface Mount Plastic Thermopile

Figure 2-11

Surface Mount Plastic Thermopile

Table 2-12

Maxion Technologies Mid IR Sensor Laser products

Revenue Base Areas

Figure 2-13

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Shipments, Market Forecasts,

Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Table 2-14

Mid IR Sensor Total Market Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Figure 2-15

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Shipments, Units, Worldwide,

Market Forecasts, 2012-2018

Figure 2-16

Military / Airline / Space / Defense Mid Infrared (IR)

Sensors Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2012-2018

Table 2-17

Smart Building Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Uses

Table 2-18

Smart Building Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Segments

Figure 2-19

Smart Building Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Shipments

 Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2012-2018

Figure 2-20

Smart City Mid IR Sensor Shipments Market Forecasts,

Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Figure 2-21

MIRTHE Compound and Vibrational Absorption Analysis

Figure 2-22

Mirthe Assessment of QC Laser Based Sensor Challenges

Table 2-23

Power Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications

Table 2-24

Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications

Table 2-25

Mid IR Technology Quantum-Cascade Lasers Features

Figurev2-26

Daylight Solutions’ Core Technology

Figure 2-27

Senseair Carbon Dioxide Sensors

Figure 2-28

Vertical Heat Flow Model Of Jondetech Thermopiles

Figure 2-29

Jondetech Thermopile Infrared Radiation Tetectors

Generation Flex

Figure 2-30

Mass Spectrometry vs. Mirthe Mid IR Sensors For To

Measuring Trace Gas At Ppm Or Ppb Sensitivity

Table 2-31

Mid IR Sensor

Market Segment Forecasts, Dollars, 2012-2018

Figure 2-32

MID Infrared (IR) Sensor Market Industry

Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2012-2018

Table 2-33

Mid IR Sensor Market Industry Segments, Units,

Worldwide, 2012-2018

Figure 2-34

Smarter Planet Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide,

First Three Quarters 2011

Table 2-35

Smarter Planet Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide,

First Three Quarters 2011

Figure 2-36

IBM Imperatives For A Smarter Planet

Table 2-37

IBM Positions To Support Sensor Networks

Figure 2-38

IBM Describes Smarter Plant Solutions Impact on IT

Figure 2-39

IBM Strategic Vision for Innovation

Figure 2-40

Smart Computing Software Modules Market Forecasts,

Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table 2-41

Smarter Planet Software Market Total Forecast,

Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table 2-42

Smarter Planet Software Market Industry Segment Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table 2-43

Smarter Planet Software Market Industry Segment

Forecasts, Percent, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table2-44

Types of Internet Connected Devices Likely to be Using

Mid IR Sensors That Need SOA Software To

Achieve Connectivity

Table 2-45

Advantages Offered by SOA

Table 2-46

Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market

 Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Table 2-47

Services Oriented Architecture SOA Application

Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Table 2-48

Services oriented architecture (SOA) benefits

Table 2-49

Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-50

MIRTHE Mass Spectroscopy Pricing Assessment

Figure 2-51

MIRTHE Sensor Price Per Unit Analysis

Figure 2-52

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Regional Market

Segments, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2011

Table 2-53

Mid IR Sensor Regional Market Segments,

FirstThree Quarters 2011

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Product Description

Table 3-1

FLIR Thermal Imaging Applications

Table 3-2

FLIR Technology

Table 3-3

FLIR Technology Systems

Figure 3-4

FLIR Commercial Vision Systems

Table 3-5

Key Features of FLIR Tau 640 Camera

Figure 3-6

FLIR Scout Thermal Night Vision

Figure 3-7

FLIR Infrared Cameras

Table 3-8

FLIR Thermal Imaging Technology–CBRNE,

Cameras, and Industrial

Table 3-9

FLIR Thermal Imaging Technology-Surveillance,

Police, and Science

Figure 3-10

FLIR Unmanned Laser Targeting Systems

Figure 3-11

FLIR MEP Reconnaissance, Surveillance, Target Acquisition Laser Designator Mid IR Sensor

Table 3-12

Daylight Solutions Mid Infrared Sensor Applications

Figure 3-13

Daylight Solutions Mid IR Sensors

Table 3-14

Daylight Solutions Monitoring

Figure 3-15

Daylight Solutions Industry Specific Solutions

Table 3-16

Daylight Solutions Mid IR Detector Key Features

Figure 3-17

Daylight Solutions Tunable Laser Tuning

Figure 3-18

Daylight Solutions Narrow Tuning

Table 3-19

Daylight Solutions Gaussian Beam Profile

Table 3-20

Daylight Solutions EC-QCL Laser Gaussian Beam Profile

Table 3-21

Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR

External-Cavity CW-MHF Lasers

Table 3-21(Continued)

Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR

 External-Cavity CW-MHF Lasers

Table 3-21 (Continued)

Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR

External-Cavity CW-MHF Lasers

Figure 3-22

Daylight Solutions Mid-IR

Figure 3-23

Daylight Solutions Controller

Figure 3-24

Daylight Solutions Applications

Figure 3-25

Daylight Solutions Laserhead

Table 3-26

Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR External Cavity Lasers Features

Table 3-27

Daylight Solutions Tunable Mid-IR

External Cavity Lasers Advantages

Table 3-28

Daylight Solutions Products

Figure 3-29

Daylight Solutions Fixed-Wavelength Mid-IR

External-Cavity Lasers

Table 3-30

Daylight Solutions Fixed-Wavelength Mid-IR

External-Cavity Lasers Key Features

Table 3-31

Daylight Solutions Fixed-Wavelength Mid-IR

External-Cavity Lasers Applications

Figure 3-32

Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors

Table 3-33

Daylight Solutions Mid-IR HgCdTe Detectors Key Features

Table 3-34

Daylight Solutions Core Technology

Figure 3-35

Daylight Solutions’ Core Technology

Table 3-36

Daylight Solutions Power Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications

Table 3-36(Continued)

Daylight Solutions Power Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications

Table 3-37

SenseAir® CO2 Sensors

Table 3-38

SenseAir® CO2 Energy Saving Intelligence And Comfort Sensors

Table 3-39

SenseAir® CO2 Process Yield And Economic Outcome Sensors

Table 3-40

SenseAir® CO2 personal safety Sensors

Figure 3-41

SenseAir Products

Figure 3-42

Senseair Carbon Dioxide Sensors

Figure 3-43

SenseAir Carbon Dioxide Sensor

Figure 3-44

SenseAir Circuit Board

Table 3-45

Sensor Switch Product Highlights

Figure 3-46

Sensor Switch Smart Buildings

Table 3-47

Sensor Switch Lighting Controls Technical Services

Table 3-48

Sensor Switch Engineering Advances

Figure 3-49

Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser

Table 3-50

Block Engineering Tunable Mid-IR Sources Products

Figure 3-51

Block Engineering LaserScope Target Size

Table 3-52

Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser Products

Table 3-53

Block Engineering Standoff Passive FTIR Spectroscopy Products

Table 3-54

Block Engineering Examples of LaserScan Functions:

Table 3-55

Block Engineering Laserscan Product Line Functions

Table 3-56

Block Engineering LaserScope Functions:

Table 3-57

Block Engineering Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) LaserTune™

Figure 3-58

Sofradir Mid IR EPSILON MW 384×288

Figure 3-59

Sofradir IR Products

Figure 3-60

Sofradir Jet IR Product

Figure 3-61

Sofradir Vision IR Product

Figure 3-62

Sofradir Marine IR Product

Figure 3-63

Sofradir Helicopter IR Product

Figure 3-64

Sofradir EPSILON MW 384×288

Table 3-65

Sofradir Hand-Held Thermal Imaging UAV Applications

Table 3-66

Sofradir ROIC Modes:

Table 3-67

Sofradir Development Trends In Cooled Infrared Technology

Figure 3-68

Sofradir VEGA LW 384×288 QWIP (25µm pitch)

Figure 3-69

Eikips Technologies Biomarkers in Breath

Table 3-70

Ekips Technologies Category Examples Of Laser Emission Spectra

Figure 3-71

JonDeTech AB Low-Cost, Surface Mount Thermopiles

Table 3-72

JonDeTech AB Consumer Electronics Mid IR Sensors

Table 3-73

JonDeTech AB Residential Control Systems Mid IR Sensors

Table 3-74

JonDeTech’s Technology Competitive Advantages

Figure 3-75

JonDeTech AB JIRS3 Sensor

Table 3-76

JonDeTech AB Key Features of the Thermopile

Figure 3-77

JonDeTech AB JIRS5 Sensor

Figure 3-78

JonDeTech AB Close-up of JIRS5 Sensor

Figure 3-79

JonDeTech AB Nanowire Sensors

Figure 3-80

JonDeTech AB Linear Array of IR Sensorson Polyimide Foil

Table 3-81

JonDeTech Thermopile Applications

Figure 3-82

JonDeTech AB Vertical Heat Flow Model Of Jondetech Thermopiles

Figure 3-83

JonDeTech AB Vertical Heat Flow Model

Figure 3-84

Jondetech Thermopile Infrared Radiation Tetectors Generation Flex

Figure 3-85

Micropelt Thermoharvester

Figure 3-86

EnOcean ECO 100 – Motion Energy Harvesting

Table 3-87

EnOcean Energy Harvesting Motion Converter

Table 3-88

EnOcean Thermo Converter

Table 3-89

EnOcean Energy Converters For Energy Harvesting

Wireless Applications

Figure 3-90

Agiltron Room Temperature Automated Chemical

Processing (ACP) Sensors

Figure 3- 91

Agiltron Typical Room Temperature Electrical

Characteristics Of Automated Chemical Processing (ACP)

Table 3-92

Agiltron Response of PbS Detectors

Figure 3-93

Agiltron Infrared Detector Configurations

Figure 3-94

Agiltron Lead Sulfide Infrared (PbS) Detector Array

Figure 3-95

Quartz Resonator Photoacoustic Sensing Cell

Figure 3-96

Mass Spectrometry vs. Mirthe Mid IR Sensors For To

Measuring Trace Gas At Ppm Or Ppb Sensitivity

Table 3-97

Mirthe Impact In Environment And Homeland Security:

Table 3-98

Mirthe Impact In Health:

Table 3-99

Mirthe Impact In Industrial Outreach:

Figure 3-100

Mirthe’s Strategic 3-Level Framework

Figure 3-101

Cascade Technologies CT2100 Analyzer

Table 3-102

Cascade Technologies CT2100 analyzer Measurements*

Table 3-103

Cascade Technologies Analyzers

Figure 3-104

Cascade TechnologiesQuantum Cascade Laser (QCL),

Table 3-105

Cascade Technologies Rapid Sweep Combined With

High Duty Cycles Key Advantages

Figure 3-106

Maxion Laser Products

Figure 3-107

Maxion Products Single Mode Lasers

Table 3-108

Integration into Maxion’s Turn-Key Laser System Benefits

Table 3-109

Maxion Single Mode Laser Device Performance

Table 3-110

Maxion Technologies Infrared Semiconductor

Laser Products Solutions Areas

Figure 3-111

Maxion Multimode Lasers High Heat Load Laser Package

Figure 3-112

Maxion Turnkey Laser System Single Mode Lasers

Figure 3-113

Maxion Linear Arrays Of IC and QC Lasers–

 C-mount and NS-mount Lasers

Figure 3-114

Maxion LED in a Dewar

Figure 3-115

VIASPACE Ionfinity SIM Ionizes The Sample

Without Fragmentation

Figure 3-116

Ionfinity Industrial Process Control And

Environmental Monitoring

Table 3-117

Power Technology Available Wavelengths & Output Powers

Table3-118

Power Technology Applications for an infrared viewer

Table 3-119

Power Technology Quantum-Cascade Lasers Features

Table 3-120

Power Technology Quantum-Cascade Lasers

Mechanical Dimensions

Figure 3-121

Power Technology Temperature Controlled Laser Diode Modules

Table 3-122

Power Technology Mid IR Sensor Applications

Figure 3-123

Power Technology Infrared Viewers

Figure 3-124

Power Technology Mid IR Specifications

Table 3-125

Power Technology Infrared Illuminator

Figure 3-126

Power Technology. Infrared Photosensivity

Table 3-127

Power Technology Near Infrared Viewer Power Densities

Figure 3-128

Power Technology Laser Modules for OEM

Figure 3-129

M Squared Device

Table 3-130

M Squared Firefly-IR Applications Positioning

Table 3-130(Continued)

M Squared Firefly-IR Applications Positioning

Table 3-131

M Squared Firefly-THz features

Figure 3-132

Novawave Technology IRIS™ 1000 Tunable Laser System

Table 3-133

Novawave Technology System Features

Figure 3-134

GE Wireless Sensor Networks

Table 3-135

PNNL Electronics Products

Table 3-136

PNNL System Integration

Figure 3-137

Hamamatsu Infrared Detector

Figure 3-138

Hamamatsu InGaAs Photodiodes

Figure 3-139

Hamamatsu Detectors With Sensitivity To Wavelengths

Figure 3-140

Hamamatsu Continuous-Wave QCL For Room

Temperature Operation

Table 3-141

Hamamatsu Laser Group Products

Figure 3-142

Opto Solutions Products

Table 3-143

Opto Solutions-IR Photonics Features and Applications

Figure 3-144

ILX Lightwave Laser Diode Instrumentation

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Technology

Table 4-1

Daylight Solutions Basic Technologies

Figure 4-2

Thermocouple Lead Structures Based On Nanotechnology

Figure 4-3

JonDeTechs Nanotechnology Thermopiles

Figure 4-4

Nanowire Battery Can Hold 10 Times The

Charge Of Existing Lithium-Ion Battery

Table 4-5

Computerization Of Microscopic Manufacturing Procedure Benefits

Table 4-6

Battery Chemistries At The Forefront For Mid IR Sensors

Figure 4-7

Biofilm Formation

Figure 4-8

Mid IR Spectrum Wavenumber and Absorbance

Figure 4-9

Mid-Infrared Light Novel Mid-Infrared Materials

Figure 4-10

Mid-Infrared Light Sources

Figure 4-11

Mid IR Sensor Applications & Testbeds

Figure 4-12

University of Oklahoma Researchers Are

Working On A High-Tech Breath Test

Figure 4-13

Physical Vapor Nanoparticle Synthesis Process

Figure 4-14

Nanophase Technologies Organic Dispersions In Manufacturing

Figure 4-15

Nanophase Technologies Organic Dispersions In

Polar And Non-Polar Organic Fluids

Mid Infrared (IR) Sensor Company Profiles

Table 5-1

Block Engineering LaserScope IR Microscope

Key Benefits & Advantages

Table 5-2

Bosch Building Automation Sensors

Table 5-3

Bosch Building Automation Sensor Management Architecture

Figure 5-4

Directed Vapor Technology

Table 5-5

FLIR Systems Thermal Imaging Infrared

Cameras Target Markets

Table 5-6

FLIR Systems Commercial Vision Applications

Table 5-7

FLIR Systems Sensor Applications

Table 5-8

FLIR Systems Sensor Uses

Table 5-9

FLIR Systems Sensor Market Segments

Table 5-10

FLIR Detection System Sensor Applications

Figure 5-11

GE Wireless Sensor Networks

Table 5-12

II-VI Significant Materials Capabilities

Table 5-13

II-VI Specific Growth Strategies:

Text Box: JOHNSON CONTROLS SENSORS HUMIDITY TEMPERATURE PRESSURE CARBON DIOXIDE OCCUPANCY NETWORK SENSORS Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc.

Table 5-14

Johnson Controls Sensors

Figure 5-15

Johnson Controls Sensor Products

Table 5-16

Johnson Controls Sensor Types

Table 5-17

Johnson Controls Valve Categories:

Figure 5-18

Airsense Smart Building Monitor

Figure 5-19

Lockheed Martin F35B In-Flight STOVL Operations

Figure 5-20

Lockheed Martin Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

Figure 5-21

Lockheed Martin C-139 J Cargo Plane

Figure 5-22

Lockheed Martin Next Generation Identification Systems

Figure 5-23

Lockheed Martin Linking Legacy Radio

Waveforms to AMF JTRS

Figure 5-24

M Squared Device

Table 5-25

M Squared Firefly-IR Applications Positioning

Table 5-25(Continued)

M Squared Firefly-IR Applications Positioning

Table 5-26

M Squared Firefly-THz features

Figure 5-27

Quartz Resonator Photoacoustic Sensing Cell

Figure 5-28

Mass Spectrometry vs. Mirthe Mid IR Sensors For To

Measuring Trace Gas At Ppm Or Ppb Sensitivity

Table 5-29

Mirthe Impact In Environment And Homeland Security:

Table 5-30

Mirthe Impact In Health:

Table 5-31

Mirthe Impact In Industrial Outreach:

Figure 5-32

Mirthe’s StrategicMulti-level Mid IR Sensor Framework

Table 5-33

OPTO Solutions Opto 22 Systems Markets

Table 5-34

Maxion Technologies Laser Product Segment Positioning

Table 5-35

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Focus

Table 5-36

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Electronics Products

Table 5-37

PNNL System Integration

Text Box: POWER TECHNOLOGY LASER APPLICATIONS Microscopy Display Spectroscopy Holography Laser-induced fluorescence Flow cytometry High-resolution printing Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc.

Table 5-38

Power Technology Laser Applications

Table 5-39

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