The Opto-Electrical (OE) Branch in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) supports the design, modeling, simulation, construction, and integration of high precision optical systems by applying core competencies in electrical design, electronics, embedded hardware/firmware/software, and electromechanical control systems. The OE branch is made up of 14 full-time researchers with backgrounds in optical, electrical, and computer engineering. The Branch Head of the OE Branch is tasked with oversight of the branch's programs and researchers.
EOSID specializes in the complete imaging and remote sensing chain, from the analysis, design, development, integration, test and evaluation of sensing systems, to the processing, exploitation, and visualization of data and imagery. EOSID also specializes in modeling and simulation (M&S) of high energy laser propagation, engagements, and effects.