Our major projects include the Optical
Properties Monitor (OPM), the Space Portable
SpectroReflectometer (SPSR), and the X-38
Crew Return Vehicle Flight Battery Module.
Many of our current line of products are directly related to our spaceflight systems work. The OPM provided space exposure data for many of our current line of spacecraft coatings. The OPM monitored the space environment in its
vicinity as well as optical properties of samples exposed to space and communicated these measurements to Earth. And it had the
ability to be controlled from Earth. This lead directly to the VoIP system AZ developed for the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), which gave experimenters remote access to the International Space Station. As well, our line of portable laboratory optical measurement instruments are direct descendents of the SPSR.