Production order for the FWS-I Eyepiece Subassembly to be delivered into Q4 2022
Kopin® Corporation (NASDAQ: KOPN), a leading developer and provider of high-resolution microdisplays and display modules and subassemblies for defense, enterprise, consumer and medical products, today announced it has received a $19.8 million order for its eyepiece subassembly which is a critical component in the US Army’s Family of Weapon Sight-Individual (FWS-I) thermal sight system.
The FWS-I thermal sight system uses a sophisticated video “see through” AR optical module using Kopin’s CyberDisplay® LCDs and our custom-designed Pancake® optics. This is the second large production order received by Kopin for the FWS-I eyepiece subassembly and the order has scheduled deliveries of the FWS-I eyepiece subassemblies into the fourth quarter of 2022.
"To-date we have received production orders totaling more than $50 million for our FWS-I eyepiece subassemblies which is a testament to Kopin’s success in designing and manufacturing very complex microdisplay modules and subassemblies that are used in the most rugged environments," said Bill Maffucci, Kopin's Vice President/General Manager of Government and Professional Products. "We are proud to provide our defense customers with the best possible equipment."
Kopin Corporation is a leading developer and provider of innovative display and optical technologies sold as critical components and subassemblies for military, industrial and consumer products. Kopin's technology portfolio includes ultra-small Active Matrix Liquid Crystal displays (AMLCD), Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) displays and Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays, a variety of optics, and low-power ASICs. For more information, please visit Kopin's website at www.kopin.com.
Kopin, CyberDisplay and Pancake are trademarks of Kopin Corporation.
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