Exhibitor Descriptions

Spectral Evolution

Booth Space 1

Exhibit Manager: Maurice Kashdan

1 Canal Street, Unit: B1
Lawrence, MA 01840
978-687-1833; 978-945-0373 (fax)
info@spectralevolution.com
www.spectralevolution.com

SPECTRAL EVOLUTION full range UV-VIS-NIR spectrometers, and spectroradiometers are used worldwide for many lab and field assignments due to their reliable, robust, rugged yet lightweight design and user-friendly features including: 100% photodiode array construction for low noise and reliable battery operated performance; fast, full spectrum measurements with no moving gratings; integral dark shutter and autoexposure for one-touch scans.

The SPECTRAL EVOLUTION SR-4500 spectroradiometer is designed for radiometric calibration transfer with three thermoelectrically cooled photodiode arrays for high performance and measurement stability through a wide range of ambient temperatures.

SPECTRAL EVOLUTION maintains a facility in Lawrence, Massachusetts which houses all operations including, design, prototyping, manufacturing and in-house repair, as well as a state of the art spectral, spectral radiance and spectral irradiance calibration facilities for periodic calibration of customer equipment in the UV, VIS, NIR and SWIR wavelength regions.

Space Dynamics Laboratory

Booth Space 2

Exhibit Manager: Yvonne Polak

1695 N Research Park Way
North Logan, UT 84341
435-713-3069
Yvonne.polak@sdl.usu.edu
www.sdl.usu.edu

The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL), a nonprofit research corporation owned by Utah State University, has over five decades of experience in developing innovative solutions for complex science and military sensing needs. SDL’s expertise includes ground-, air- and space-based IR, visible, and UV sensors; hyperspectral, polarimetric, and hypertemporal systems; small satellites and supporting technologies; rapid development of prototype hardware and software; concept validation studies; real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data compression and exploitation systems; contamination control and stray light analysis; and cryogenic and thermal management systems. SDL is an international leader in sensor system characterization and calibration, and hosts the Annual Conference on Characterization and Radiometric Calibration for Remote Sensing. Headquartered in a 220,000 ft2 research complex in Logan, Utah, SDL also operates facilities in Albuquerque, NM; Bedford, MA; Los Angeles, CA; Houston, TX; Huntsville, AL; and Washington, DC, and employs over 500 personnel.