‘ULIS’ company will participate in the 20th anniversary exhibition of Means of State Security Provision INTERPOLITEX 2016
‘ULIS’ was founded in 2002 as a subsidiary of ‘Sofradir Group’. The company is a leading developer and manufacturer of infrared sensors for military, space, commercial and industrial applications. The ‘ULIS-Sofradir’ famous high performance IR detectors based on sophisticated technologies: Mercury Cadmium Telluride (MCT), Indium Antimonide (InSb), Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors (QWIP), Indium Gallium Arsenide (InGaAs), and a-Si Microbolometers.
The ‘ULIS’ company manufacture is associated with infrared sensors and detectors for defence industry use, in particular with targeting pods, missile seekers, missile seekers. ‘ULIS’ equipment implies , armored vehicle sights, handheld thermal imagers. One can find ‘ULIS’ solutions on the airborne and ground as well as aereal vehicles and naval systems.
‘ULIS’ enterprises are based in Veurey-Voroize (a high-volume manufacturer of microbolometers based in Veurey-Voroize (Grenoble metropolitan area). One of the major priorities of the company is high-volume manufacturing of microbolometers (various uncooled core IR-sensors).
The company supplies infrared solutions, systems and equipment to Europe, Asia and Latin America, as has been mentioned, ‘ULIS’ and its parent company ‘Sofradir’ are among the pioneers in design and development of advanced and sophisticated IR technologies for security purposes (for safeguarding industrial sites where infrared surveillance and IR motion sensors are applicable) as well as for industrial use and commercial application, particularly within scope of energy efficiency programmes where so-called ‘occupancy IR sensors’ are applicable. This type of sensors provides for the acquisition of spatial and thermal information as well as the level of human activities within the particular room or premises of the building, measure and control the temperature in a particular spatial section. Analysis and control of the abovementioned aspects make it possible for the owners (tenants) of the building to be more efficient and specific in defining which parts of the building are in need of higher power supply and installment of some additional office equipment (such as, for instance, an extra air conditioner, etc.). ‘ULRIS’ infrared 2D array sensors have been designed particularly for the kind of utility purposes described above: the 2D array makes provision for spatial and thermal data collection as well as allows for the acquisition of information on the number of people in the room and on the level of their activity within the premises equipped with the 2D array IR-sensors.
One of the ‘ULIS’ 2D array infrared sensor models, Micro 80P ™ Thermal Sensor Array, was unveiled at the ‘Sensor & Test Fair’ held in Nuremberg, Germany, from May 14-16, 2013. This product line was developed by ‘ULIS’ within the scope of the EU-level MIRTIC (Micro Retinal Thermal Infrared) project aimed at design and development of two-dimensional (2D) low-resolution array sensors and detectors. One of the primary goals of the MIRTIC project was the promotion and awareness raising of the simultaneous data collection opportunities of the 2D sensors and detectors and of their security and commercial application.
The visitors, guests and experts will have an opportunity to get a detailed account of ‘ULIS’ products and developments at the company exhibition stand 1N2-1, hall A in the course of the 20th anniversary Exhibition of Means of State Security Provision ‘INTERPOLITEX 2016’ held from 18 to 21 October 2016 in Moscow in the territory of the ‘VDNH’ All-Russian Exhibition Centre (Pavilion No 75).
INTERPOLITEX 2016 Press Service