Goodrich Corp.’s ISR Systems’ Princeton team (formerly Sensors Unlimited Inc.) has introduced the smallest size, weight and power (SWaP) short-wavelength IR (SWIR) camera for unmanned aerial vehicles. The 640 x 512-pixel (25-μm pitch) camera weighs 120 g with its 23-mm f/1.15 lens, providing a 40° field of view. The <4.9-cu-in. total volume allows it to easily fit onboard most unmanned aerial or ground vehicle systems. Currently, the camera is installed in the nose cone of a Raven hand-launched unmanned aerial system. The SWIR camera, sensitive from 0.7 to 1.7 μm, is installed with a 320 x 240-resolution long-wavelength IR microbolometer. The camera, combined with the microbolometer on the same platform, allows 24-h coverage from a single unmanned aerial system. This provides war fighters with new capabilities and new concept of operation while meeting the low-SWaP requirements of the modern battlefield.