Friday, June 24, 2011

SensL Signs €1m Contract with ESA

SensL has signed a three-year, multi-project contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) that will generate over €1m in the initial program phases. The ESA contract will involve the deployment of SensL’s silicon photomultipliers in a number of applications: in range-finding LIDAR cameras that will determine the location of suitable terrain for lunar landings, and in gamma-ray spectroscopy for element and isotope analysis.


  1. 1 milli Euro is not that much .....

  2. I've copied this from the original PR. It looks like in Ireland it means million.


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