2013
  • 4/30/13 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2013 - Baltimore, MD - Come visit us in Booth #1232.

  • 2/11/13 - QWIPs in space - The launch of Landsat 8 as part of the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) marked a milestone with the first QmagiQ focal planes being placed into earth orbit as part of NASA's new Thermal Infrared Sensor (TIRS). - NASA release with first images



  • 2012
  • 4/23/12 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2012 - Demonstrated the world's first 1k x 1k Longwave SLS camera system. Presented the following paper:
  • - 1024x1024 LWIR SLS FPAs Status and Characterization


    2011
  • 4/25/11 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2011 - Demonstrated a 320 x 256 Longwave SLS compact camera system.


  • 2010
  • 4/5/10 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2010 - Demonstrated a 1k x 1k Longwave QWIP Focal Plane and a 320 x 256 Longwave SLS Focal Plane.


  • 2009
  • 4/13/09 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2009


  • 2008
  • 4/1/08 - QmagiQ moves into the new larger Cotton Road Facility in Nashua, NH.

  • 3/16/08 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2008 - Demonstrated a 2-color lab camera system built around the 320x256 MW-LW QWIP focal plane array and a 320x256 compact camera system built around the Falcon 256 FPA.


  • 2007
  • 4/9/07 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2007 - Demonstrated a 2-color lab camera system built around the 320x256 MW-LW QWIP focal plane array. Demonstrated a 640x512 LW QWIP sensor engine.


  • 2006
  • 12/5/06 - Development finished on our second family of longwave QWIP detectors. FPAs and sensor engines imaging in the 10-11µm spectral range are now available in addition to the standard 8-9 µm.
  • 4/17/06 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2006 - Demonstrated a 2-color lab camera system built around the Eagle 256 MW-LW QWIP focal plane array. Demonstrated a 640x512 LW QWIP sensor engine. Presented the two following papers:
  • - Two-color quantum well infrared photodetector focal plane arrays

    - Multi-color IR sensors based on QWIP technology for security and surveillance applications

  • 2/1/06 - QmagiQ expands its product offerings to include QWIP sensor engines and camera systems, including the world's first commercial MW-LW, dual-band QWIP camera system.


  • 2005
  • 11/12/05 - Development finished on our latest standard FPA, the Black Hawk 512, which features a 640x512 (20µm pitch) QWIP array on the ISC0402 ROIC, imaging in the 8 - 9 µm longwave infrared spectral band.
  • 3/28/05 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2005 - Demonstrated a prototype of world's first commercial MW-LW 2-color QWIP focal plane array and a long-range (F/4) surveillance camera built around a Falcon 256 FPA.


  • 2004
  • 9/1/04 - Read about us in the article entitled 'QWIPs promise to reduce the cost of IR imaging' from the September issue of 'Vision Systems Design'.
  • 6/2/04 - Development finished on our latest standard FPA, the Hawk 512, which features a 640x512 (25µm pitch) QWIP array on the ISC9803 ROIC, imaging in the 8 - 9 µm longwave infrared spectral band.
  • 4/12/04 - SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2004 - Beginning of annual exhibition booth presence. Demonstrated a hand-held military camera based on the Falcon 256.


  • 2003
  • 10/22/03 - The first Falcon 256 320x256 QWIP FPAs imaging in the 8 - 9 µm longwave infrared spectral band are delivered.
  • 9/1/03 - QmagiQ's doors open for business on Spitbrook Road in Nashua, NH.