Overview

  • Organization TypeService Providers
  • Staff26-50
  • HeadquartersCanada
  • Founded2003
Founded in 2003, LR Tech develops robust solutions for atmospheric and defense remote sensing applications.  Customers come to them with challenges that cannot be met with ordinary commercial products.  They pride theirselves in delivering what they promised and providing their partners with the support they need. Their products are used in applications ranging from atmospheric temperature and moisture sounding to infrared (IR) signature measurements of military targets. The products developed at LR Tech are state-of-the-art instruments based on IR and spectrally-resolved IR technologies.  They offer advanced, turn-key products that are designed to operate dependably in harsh environments. Their revised version of the ASSIST-II atmospheric sounder, and their newly developed fast scanning VSR (Versatile SpectroRadiometer) are based on state-ot-the-art FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) designs. At LR Tech, they provide uncommon innovation while staying lean and agile.  This is achieved by concentrating on the systems-level design and systems-level specification and relying on a network of specialized experts for specific engineering tasks. Once the instrument design is complete, they procure, assemble, and test the instrument against design test criteria.  This structure also allows them to efficiently serve customer with unique requirements.

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Sectors

  • development
  • administration
  • networking
  • facilities / infrastructure
  • torts / conflict resolution

Countries

  • hungary

Skills

  • managerial experience

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Company Offices
  • Canada (headquarters)
  • Levis
  • 47, rue St-Joseph Lévis, QC Canada,

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