Cantronic scores South Korean thermal imaging deal
VANCOUVER: Cantronic Systems Inc. has landed a US$600,000 deal to supply five sets of high-end thermal imaging camera systems to a South Korean defence integrator.
The cameras are to be delivered within the next four months.
“We are very pleased to be awarded this contract, especially in the face of stiff competition from other major global suppliers,” said James Zahn, president and CEO of Cantronic. “We expect that this should help us win similar opportunities in the future with the same integrator, as well as with other defence customers.”
Cantronic is a Vancouver-based manufacturer and provider f training services in the fields of infrared vision and video security surveillance technologies.
It holds through its US subsidiary QWIP Technologies Inc. a worldwide, exclusive license from the California Institute of Technology to produce and sell infrared detectors and sensors based on Caltech’s Quantum Well Infrared Photodetector technology.