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Xenics receives Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) determination for multiple ITAR restricted cameras

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Xenics a developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customised imaging solutions from the SWIR, MWIR and into the LWIR spectrum has been granted Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) approval for many of its ITAR restricted infrared cameras. This new CJ means that all SWIR cameras supplied by Xenics are now ITAR-free in the United States.

For Xenics, the recent Commodity Jurisdiction approval means it can take another step forward in broadening their position in the North American market. With this approval Xenics is now able to support educational and research institutes throughout the entire country without limitations by the ITAR restrictions. Hervé Copin, CEO of Xenics USA, states ‘This is important news for all public organisations who want to benefit from SWIR technology. The Commodity Jurisdiction approval grants accessibility to both US citizens and foreign researchers and engineers that are working with ITAR restricted cameras. Offering a full range of ITAR-free SWIR cameras will open a lot of new opportunities for Xenics.’

In the United States Xenics works with an extensive network of official representatives and distributors. They cover almost the entire territory such that Xenics cameras are locally available for the numerous labs and R&D centres throughout the country.

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