Sony Semiconductor Solutions

IMX990 and IMX991 sensors

Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched two new image sensors that include both the visible and short wavelength infrared (SWIR) ranges in captured images. The sensors are available from Framos

SWIR imaging can show bruising in fruit that wouldn't be evident with a visible camera. Credit: Sony

Optics design challenge for SWIR

Edmund Optics’s Thomas Armspach-Young and Boris Lange consider the optics needed to get the best out of Sony's new short-wave infrared image sensors

Sony SenSWIR technology

ATD Electronique as a major distributor of Sony image sensors announces that Sony has developed a cutting edge sensor technology combining visible wavelength and SWIR

InGaAs and event-based sensors still rely on silicon CMOS readout ICs

Sense of purpose

Greg Blackman explores the work being done on InGaAs sensors, along with other types of novel sensor that could find their way into the machine vision market

IMX485 Starvis sensor

Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched a new image sensor for surveillance cameras, factory automation applications, and industrial environments. It is available from Framos

IMX415 for security applications

Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched an image sensor for compact security applications. The IMX415 combines the Starvis technology for excellent visibility in low light surveillance with Prior Low Noise Circuit technology for better SNR

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