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About Navitar

Navitar designs, develops, manufactures and distributes precision optical solutions. The Company's offerings include commercial off-the-shelf high magnification imaging and projection optics and custom optics for a variety of applications. Navitar's optical solutions are used in industries including Biotechnology & Medical, Defense & Security, Industrial Imaging and Projection. Applications include machine vision, automation, assembly, imaging, testing, measuring, metrology, biometrics, microscopy, R&D, planetarium, digital signage, and simulation.

Navitar Headquarter Location

200 Commerce Drive

Rochester, New York, 14623,

United States

585-359-4000

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Latest Navitar News

Navitar Announces Optimized Glass Lens for BAE Systems’ New HWK1411 Low-Light Imaging Module

Dec 1, 2021

1 December 2021 HWK1411 camera module with 8.0-micron pixel sensor and Navitar f/1.4 lens actively aligned for optimized performance. Navitar’s custom, high-performance f/1.4 Navitar glass lens, optimized for low-light imaging and superior stray light mitigation for day operations, is an integral component of BAE Systems’ HWK ultra low-light imaging module. The BAE Systems HWK1411 camera module is an integrated, ultra low-light imaging solution that features an 8.0-micron pixel sensor – providing a large pixel photon collection area, world-class quantum efficiency, and exceptional low 0.5e- read noise that provides imaging capability down to 0.0001 Lux (overcast starlight). Navitar’s proprietary lens-sensor active alignment process ensures the full capabilities of the lens and sensor are carried over to each module, and mission-critical performance is delivered for day and night operations. The HWK1411 camera core is a compact multichip module (MCM) designed to simplify camera integration. The MCM core integrates the HWK1411 image sensor, microprocessor, flash memory, power conditioning, and flexible interface cable for plug-and-play, optimized imaging performance. An innovative new backside illuminated process enhancement delivers world-class, broad-spectrum near-infrared quantum efficiency out to 1100nm to enhance nightglow sensitivity. “At BAE Systems, we’re allowing our customers to see what others can’t,” said Doug Teeter, CIS Products Program Manager at BAE Systems. “Our imaging sensors power today’s most demanding cameras, enabling a broad range of applications.” Modules are available in both monochrome and color versions and designed and built to perform under extreme environmental conditions. The HWK1411 camera module, based on the  BAE Systems Core CMOS sensor , is suitable for a number of military, defense, and security surveillance applications that will benefit from low-light imaging, including: Soldier Systems – Improving Situational Awareness and Threat Detection Military and Commercial Night Vision Air Defense Systems Against Drones / Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (CUAS) Drone Air Surveillance and Reconnaissance Long Range Surveillance Driver Vision Enhancement – Vehicle Awareness Homeland Security – Facial Recognition About Navitar Headquartered in Rochester, New York, Navitar is a global vision technology manufacturer of camera and lens vision systems that are used to solve the toughest electro-optical vision engineering problems. Navitar’s optical technology and proprietary lens-sensor active alignment process is helping Military & Defense companies obtain dominant positions and ensuring tactical overmatch against a broad spectrum of air and missile threats. Navitar is set up to be part of their customer’s integrated product development team (IPT) through full production. According to Jeremy Goldstein, CEO of Navitar, “Our mission is to support the National Defense Strategy and provide Tactical readiness.

Navitar Acquisitions

2 Acquisitions

Navitar acquired 2 companies. Their latest acquisition was PixeLink on January 30, 2017.

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1/30/2017

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$0.5M

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2/18/2016

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Navitar Partners & Customers

1 Partners and customers

Navitar has 1 strategic partners and customers. Navitar recently partnered with Optoma on April 4, 2019.

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4/23/2019

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Optoma

United States

Optoma Partners with Navitar to Offer Long Throw Interchangeable Lenses for ProScene ProAV Projectors.

`` Navitar , Inc. is excited to partner with Optoma to offer two NuView replacement lenses designed specifically for Optoma projector models , '' comments Laura Ann Nice , Projection Optics Sales Manager with Navitar , Inc. `` NuView long throw lenses offer greater installation flexibility to end-users and accommodate a variety of projection distances and image sizes through manual zoom and focus functions .

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4/23/2019

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Optoma

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United States

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Optoma Partners with Navitar to Offer Long Throw Interchangeable Lenses for ProScene ProAV Projectors.

`` Navitar , Inc. is excited to partner with Optoma to offer two NuView replacement lenses designed specifically for Optoma projector models , '' comments Laura Ann Nice , Projection Optics Sales Manager with Navitar , Inc. `` NuView long throw lenses offer greater installation flexibility to end-users and accommodate a variety of projection distances and image sizes through manual zoom and focus functions .

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