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Lockheed Martin Validates Airborne Sensor System

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ORLANDO, Fla., July 20, 2016 — Lockheed Martin Co. said its INFIRNO sensor system has completed its first flight aboard a H-60 BLACK HAWK helicopter, validating its ability to detect, identify and track targets from an airborne platform.

Lockheed Martin's INFIRNO takes its first flight aboard a Black Hawk.
Lockheed Martin's INFIRNO takes its first flight aboard a BLACK HAWK. Courtesy of Lockheed Martin.

The sensor, integrated on the nose of the helicopter, met test objectives that verified line-of-sight stability and image quality, and completed more than eight flight-test hours. INFIRNO's 15-in. turret features HD midwave-infrared and color sensors, advanced image processing, multimode tracker, laser designator/rangefinder, and geolocation capabilities.
Jul 2016
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