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HartSCI at the 2018 AMOS Conference

September 23, 2018

The presentations from HartSCI’s attendance at the 2018 AMOS conference can be found below.  

Stable Narrow-line VECSEL Operation for Sodium Guide Star Generation

High Resolution Imaging of Satellites in Daylight

Comparative Performance of a 3-sided and 4-sided Pyramid Wavefront Sensor

Advances in Polarized Remote Acoustic Imaging

Image Registration for Daylight Adaptive Optics 

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Small Business Innovation Research Award Developments

July 24, 2018

HartSCI is pleased to announce the award of three separate Phase II SBIR/STTR contracts by the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate. The awards encompass the deployment of an adaptive optics system, the construction of a compact 20-watt sodium guide star laser, and the implementation of novel technology for high-speed optical wavefront measurement with high sensitivity.

All of this work will support the Directorate’s mission to provide high resolution and high contrast imaging capabilities to the US Air Force for Space Situational Awareness and in later stages the broader academic, defense, and industry communities. Each of these programs will see the first deployment of key innovations including newly patented technologies in wavefront sensing and stable single-frequency semiconductor lasers.

HartSCI’s Image Restoration Technology Recognized by the Air Force Research Laboratory

February 24, 2018

HartSCI has been recognized by the AFRL SBIR program for key advances in the Air Force’s capability for high-fidelity daylight imaging of satellites. HartSCI’s innovative image restoration technology enhances the Air Force mission to provide continuous space situational awareness under challenging conditions in support of critical national security objectives.

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