Laser 2000 and Headwall Photonics sign Distribution Agreement
Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of high performance spectral instrumentation. Headwall’s international business focused on remote sensing and advanced machine vision applications has been expanding rapidly as a result of the company’s patented imaging sensor technology which offers end-users the industry’s highest spectral and spatial resolution within a wide field of view.
As a leading supplier of spectral instrumentation, Headwall is uniquely poised to expand and deliver hyperspectral sensors for applications that include precision agriculture, geology, and climatology. A unique differentiator for the Company is Headwall’s patented all-reflective, aberration-corrected optical technology that is fundamental to every system it produces. The award-winning Hyperspec family comprises a range of small and light sensors - Nano-Hyperspec and Micro-Hyperspec - designed optimally for airborne deployment aboard UAVs and manned aircraft. High-efficiency Hyperspec sensors provide best-in-class SNR performance in manned aircraft and satellites. In addition to airborne sensors, Headwall also produces a range of sensors useful for ground-based applications.
“We are very pleased to cooperate with Europeans leading experts in distribution to continue to our further business growth and support of Headwall’s customers and partners in Europe.” stated Headwall’s CEO David Bannon.
"We consider this partnership with Headwall’s award-winning Hyperspec a significant achievement," said Dr. Rüdiger Hack, Managing Director of Laser 2000 GmbH. “With more than 28 years of experience, we guarantee our new partner excellent technical knowledge of products and customer application.”
Laser 2000 GmbH
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