The eyes of the space shuttle

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The eyes of the space shuttle

As the space shuttle Discovery, safely docked at the International Space Station, undergoes close inspection for external damage to its underside today, the company responsible for the 3-D imaging system is focusing its sights on lucrative projects closer to home.

“It’s an exciting time in general,” said Iain Christie, director of research and development at Ottawa-based Neptec. “We’ve got so much other stuff going on, and it’s all going on with the shuttle in the backdrop. It’s getting us a lot of attention.”

Read the complete story. (Forbes)