ARTEMIS, Inc. has been supporting radar programs for over 15 years with development and manufacturing. Our receivers, exciters, and upconverters are a part of Global Hawk, U-2, ASTOR and other programs. Also, our own high-performance synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and MTI radar systems are designed for size, weight, and power (SWaP) limited applications.
Founded in 1999 on a core business of manufacturing high-quality radar sub-systems, ARTEMIS is a small business with a strong engineering focus. Over the years, additional capabilities have been developed and ARTEMIS now has expertise in all aspects of radar system design, testing, and manufacturing.
ARTEMIS is vertically integrated with engineering, development, material control, machining, circuit board fabrication, micro-assembly, RF test, thermal testing and product assurance occurring under one roof. Design and manufacturing of the SlimSAR system occurs within ARTEMIS’ 9,000 square foot facility in Hauppauge, New York. All of the work on the radar module production for Raytheon’s Global Hawk imaging radar has been performed here for the past 20 years.
We are equipped with an 800 square foot machine shop that includes various CNC tools and a Haas CNC VF2, a 255 square foot prototype lab that features a T-Tech Circuit System, a Dynavac Thermal Vacuum Chamber and an airborne assembly area.
ARTEMIS also has a facility in Spanish Fork, Utah that is home of our Cessna O-2A Skymaster test-bed known as “Whiskey-Bravo" (pictured above) that is configured to carry multiple SAR systems. This is where the SAR system testing and data processing takes place.
ARTEMIS has many years of experience in building radar hardware for multiple radar systems, including our own complete radar system line, the SlimSAR – complete with processing software and exploitation tools.
All ARTEMIS facilities meet federal, state (Utah and New York), and local environmental laws and regulations.