EOIR Subject Matter Experts Participated in SPIE DSS 2015

FREDERICKSBURG, Va., [April 28, 2015] – EOIR Technologies, Inc. announced today that it participated in three of the conferences at the SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing (DSS) 2015. As one of the most important events on optics, imaging, and sensing, SPIE DSS covers a broad range of topics, including sensor technologies, data and signal analysis, tracking and targeting, communications, networks, sensor platforms, energy topics, and materials. It is held annually in Baltimore, MD and was attended by 6,000 scientists, researchers, program managers, and company representatives who gathered to collaborate on and advance their scientific work.

“EOIR recognizes the importance of maintaining a highly technical culture and providing our employees with an invaluable opportunity to share ideas, collaborate with peers, and stay current with the state-of-the art in critical technologies,” said Dr. Bruce Swett, Chief Scientist. “Investing the time and expense to enable EOIR’s experts to participate in forums like SPIE is a wonderful way for us to accomplish these goals.”

Dr. Swett was on the program committee for Geospatial Informatics, Fusion, and Motion Video Analytics V and also co-authored one of the papers presented along with Chris Burnette, Sr. Computer Scientist.

Dr. David Stokes, Principal Physical Scientist, was on the program committee for Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies XII and was the chair on three sessions and the co-chair for one.

Dr. Swett and Dr. Kevin Green, Computer Vision Scientist, co-chaired sessions for Detection and Sensing of Mines, Explosive Objects, and Obscured Targets XX. Chris Burnette, Sr. Computer Scientist, and Dr. Green each presented papers that were also co-authored by Matthew Schneider, Lead Computer Scientist; Chris Geyer, Lead Engineer; Diane Deterline, Sr. VP; and Dr. Swett.

SPIE is an international, not-for-profit society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light through interdisciplinary information exchange, continuing education, publications, patent precedent, and career and professional growth.

About EOIR Technologies: EOIR Technologies, Inc. (www.eoir.com) has more than 30 years of experience providing specialized sensor design and development, intelligence support and analysis, rapid prototyping, training and simulation, mission command, and field service support to locations around the world. EOIR has more than 400 staff providing state-of-the-art technology solutions from 12 U.S. offices and a number of U.S. and overseas client locations.